Honeysuckles (Lonicera) are mostly hardy twining climbers, often grown for their fragrant display of summer flowers. Most are deciduous but some are evergreen. They are frequently grown for their ability to cover unsightly walls and outbuildings. The hardy climbing types need their roots in shade, and their flowering tops in sunlight or very light shade. L. similis var. delavayi is a semi-evergreen shrub with ovate leaves and fragrant tubular-funnel-shaped white flowers, ageing to yellow, in early autumn, followed by black berries

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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