Honeysuckle 'Belgica' produces a profusion of aromatic blooms, each consisting of curved, almost tubular flower heads. The lower rings of cream flowers mature to a vivid lemon shade, whilst the upper rings remain a flamboyant pink, which are highlighted against the dark green foliage. Also known as Dutch Woodbine, this is a vigorous, vine-like climbing plant which flowers between May and July bringing a profusion of brilliant colour to the summer garden. Honeysuckle 'Belgica' will also yield an explosion of small red fruits when autumn arrives for continued enjoyment. A hardy climber, this variety will happily clamber over walls, fences or pergolas for a striking floral display; where its loose, spreading habit makes it a particularly attractive choice for cottage or wildlife gardens. Growing to a mature height of 5m, it can be pruned accordingly to preference. Supplied as 30-40cm tall caned plants in a 9cm pot.
|Mature Height||500 cm|
|Mature Spread||200 cm|
|Plant Spacing||200 cm|
|Planting||Plant with plenty of room for the roots to expand/develop.|
|Soil Type||Fertile, well drained soil|
Planting & Growing Instructions
They can be grown in many various positions depending on what you want from the shrub. It can be planted as part of a border display or trained to climb against a wall/fence.Plant in a hole large enough to hold the modules on arrival.