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European Honeysuckle, Lonicera xylosteum Seeds, NATIVE TO BRITAIN - Dwarf Honeysuckle Zones 2 - 7

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Lonicera xylosteum - Zones 2 - 7 ~!!

commonly known as European Honeysuckle, Dwarf Honeysuckle is a deciduous shrub. It is native to Britain.

  • Growing form and height: Shrub. 1–2 m (3–7 ft.).
  • Flower: Fairly small, irregular (zygomorphic). Petals 5, united, corolla yellowish-white, 10–15 mm long, bilabiate, upper lip four-lobed, lower lip entire. Outer surface of corolla short-hairy, inner long-hairy. Sepals 5, united, calyx five-toothed. Stamens 5, as long as corolla. Carpels 3, partially fused. Flowers in pairs in the leaf axils.
  • Leaves: Opposite. Stalked, entire, hairy on both sides. Blade approx. 5 cm (2 in.) long, ovate, taper-pointed, upper surface dull greyish-green, lower surface pale, with prominent veins.
  • Buds: Tapering, brown, hairy. Buds opposite, pointing away from branch.
  • Fruit: A glandular-hairy, deep red, glossy berry. Seed round, flattened, and reddish.
  • Habitat: Broadleaf and mixed woods. Sometimes an ornamental.
  • Flowering time: June.


The honeysuckles (Lonicera spp.) are a group of approx. 110 species most of which are native in the temperate and subtropical regions of the Northern hemisphere. Several species in this genus are grown as ornamentals. Many of these originate from the European mountains or North America.


This is a much-branched shrub. Most commonly it grows in lush woods on slopes and around fields. The red berries are bitter and poisonous. The wood is tough, durable, and viscous.


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