(D = deciduous leaf losing and E = evergreen)
These fragrant-flowered twiners, favourites for walls or fences, all do well in shade.
Lonicera browniifuchsioides.semi-evergreen, orange-scarlet, July and August.
L. henryi (E), dark green leaves, reddish flowers in June.
L japonica (E), very fragrant, creamy flowers, which turn a deeper shade on maturity and bloom all summer.
L.j. Aureo-reticulata (E), a foliage plant with gold-netted leaves.
L.j. Halliana (E), white flowers, yellowing with age, in summer.
L. periclymenum (woodbine) (D), the wild honeysuckle found in the hedgerows and flowering from July to September.
L.p. Serolina (late Dutch honeysuckle) (D), reddish-purple and yellow flowers from July to September.