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Lonicera Little Honey, also known as Lonicera Nitida Baggesen’s Gold, is a popular evergreen shrub with striking yellow foliage. This versatile plant is perfect for bringing some brightness to your garden and can be used in a variety of ways, including as a low hedge, ground cover or container plant.
Lonicera Little Honey prefers a sunny or partially shaded position and is tolerant of most soil types as long as they are well-draining. It is a low maintenance plant that requires little pruning, but if necessary, prune in late winter or early spring to maintain its shape.
This plant is not grown for its flowers, but it does produce small, creamy-white, fragrant blooms in late spring to early summer that attract bees and butterflies. After flowering, the plant may produce small red berries in the fall, which are attractive to birds.
Lonicera Little Honey is a slow-growing plant and can take up to 5-10 years to reach its full height of around 1 metre. It is a hardy plant that can tolerate temperatures down to -10°C, making it a great choice for UK gardens.
To keep your Lonicera Little Honey healthy and thriving, feed it with a general-purpose fertiliser in the spring and water regularly during dry periods. However, be careful not to overwater as this plant prefers slightly drier soil conditions. Overall, Lonicera Little Honey is a beautiful and easy-to-grow plant that will add a touch of sunshine to any garden.
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