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<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'
<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'
<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'
<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'
<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'
<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'
<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'
<i>Lonicera periclymenum</i> 'Serotina'

Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina'

late Dutch honeysuckle

A classic cottage garden climber with large, fragrant, tubular, creamy-white flowers, streaked dark red-purple, that give it a...

3 litre pot | 60cm cane
£24.99
available to order from late summer
9cm pot | 30cm cane
£14.99
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An informal climber that is easy to grow over almost any garden structure, useful for livening up a shady north wall Lucy Summers - Greenfingers Guides

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Twiners

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