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HONEYSUCKLE Lonicera periclymenum (Caprifoliaceae) Height to 5M. Familiar and woody climber that twines clockwise up other shrubs and trees. Grows in woodland, hedgerows and scrub. FLOWERS are 3-5cm long and scented, the corolla trumpet-shaped, 2-lipped and creamy yellow to white; borne in whorled heads (Jun-Aug). FRUITS are red berries that appear in clusters. LEAVES are grey-green, oval and borne in opposite pairs. STATUS-Widespread and common throughout the region.
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