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Lonicera nitida 'Baggesen's Gold'
Shrubby Honeysuckle - 3 litres

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  • Lonicera nitida 'Baggesen's Gold' Shrubby Honeysuckle - 3 litres
  • Lonicera nitida 'Baggesen's Gold' Shrubby Honeysuckle - 3 litres
RHS Award of Garden MeritBritish GrownLifetime Guarantee on Hardy Plants
£9.99 0850003868 Category: Plants > Shrubs > Evergreen Shrubs
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Lonicera nitida 'Baggesen's Gold' is a shrubby honeysuckle which doesn't remotely resemble one of the familiar climbing ones. It is a very useful and adaptable evergreen shrub with tiny golden leaves, providing colour throughout the year in the garden and good cut foliage for small vases. Unpruned it makes a dense, bushy, medium-sized shrub, growing around 1.5m (5ft) high and wide in 10 years, ideal in a shrub or mixed border. It responds well to trimming and can be kept small, formally trained or grown as a neat, low hedge.

Easy to grow in any well-drained soil, with best colour in sun, sheltered from cold winds. Can be trimmed any time from May to September.

RHS Award of Garden Merit.

British nursery grown.

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Awards RHS Award of Garden Merit
Berry colour Purple
Botanical name Lonicera nitida
British nursery grown Y
Common name Shrubby Honeysuckle
Drought resistance Y
Flower colour White
Flowering time Spring
Foliage Evergreen
Foliage colour Yellow
Fragrance N
Guarantee Lifetime Guarantee
Habit Bushy
Plant type Evergreen Shrubs
Season of interest Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Size 3 litres
Time to maturity 10 - 20 years
Ultimate height 1.1m - 1.5m
Ultimate spread 1.1m - 1.5m

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