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Evergreen Honeysuckle, which one?

ShepsSheps West YorkshirePosts: 1,196

After some great advice on GWF, I have decided on some Honeysuckle to cover my back fence panels.

I will be going down the evergreen route as advised and was wondering which one / ones to go for, are the Japonica the evergreen type?

If so, I was looking at 

Halliana

Hall's Prolific

Darts World / Red World

If anyone has any experience of the above how do they get on, mine will be in the below beds ( 6ft x 2ft x 2ft ) and growing up the trellis.

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Also, would I be OK putting 2 in the middle bed?, or would that be too congested?

Thanks

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  • Ladybird4Ladybird4 Third rock from the sunPosts: 34,465

    Hi Sheps. Those are good choices. Darts World I think is only semi evergreen. Another rampant evergreen honeysuckle is Lonicera henryi. I don't think you need two in your central planter as they are so vigorous. Liz

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  • ShepsSheps West YorkshirePosts: 1,196

    Thanks for the quick reply, Liz...and thanks for the advice, I'll go with just the one in each flower bed.

    Will check out henryi tonight.

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