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Elke Schrittesser added this to Ideen von elke_schrittesser22 March 2020

3. Geißblatt Lonicera Das Geißblatt ‘Dropmore Scarlett’ (im Bild) hat eine orange-pinkfarbene Blüte. Die Schlingpflanze wächst 2 bis 3 Meter hoch. Auch das Feuer-Geißblatt Lonicera heckrottii ‘Goldflame’ setzt orangerote Akzente im Garten. Das echte Geißblatt Lonicera caprifolium, das in Mitteleuropa heimisch ist, blüht dagegen weiß bis cremefarben. Enroot Landscape Planning and Design Geißblatt wächst im lichten Schatten und Halbschatten und verströmt besonders abends einen süßen, vanilleähnlichen Duft. Sonne verträgt die Pflanze auch, aber der Standort darf dann nicht zu trocken sein. Geißblatt bevorzugt pH-Werte des Bodens von neutral bis alkalisch. Die Früchte sind je nach Art und S

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HU-819619555 added this to Мой сад26 September 2019

Жимолость вьющаяся (Lonicera periclymenum)

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Irene added this to Decks5 July 2019

Some varieties, such as purple-leaf Japanese honeysuckle (L. japonica ‘Purpurea’), have reddish stems and leaves with a plum-tinted underside. Japanese honeysuckle and other honeysuckles are considered invasive in some areas. It’s best to check with a local nursery before bringing any into your garden, and do not plant close to open space. Where it will grow: Hardiness varies by species; many range from minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 31.7 degrees Celsius, to 25 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 3.9 degrees Celsius (zones 4 to 9). Water requirement: Moderate Light requirement: Full sun to light shade Mature size: Varies by species; many are more than 20 feet tall and wide

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Irene added this to Gardening26 April 2019

Honeysuckle (Lonicera spp.) These fast-growing climbers are excellent vines for quickly covering a pergola or the walls of an enclosed courtyard. The blossom colors range from creamy white and pale yellow to hot coral and fiery red-orange; all are favorites of hummingbirds. Coral honeysuckle (L. sempervirens), shown here, is native to the East Coast from Connecticut west to Ohio and Oklahoma, and south to Florida and Texas. Some varieties, such as purple-leaf Japanese honeysuckle (L. japonica ‘Purpurea’), have reddish stems and leaves with a plum-tinted underside. Japanese honeysuckle and other honeysuckles are considered invasive in some areas. It’s best to check with a local nursery before bringing any into your garden, and do not plant close to open space. Where it will grow: Hardiness varies by species; many range from minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 31.7 degrees Celsius, to 25 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 3.9 degrees Celsius (zones 4 to 9). Water requirement: Moderate Light requirement: Full sun to light shade Mature size: Varies by species; many are more than 20 feet tall and wide

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