Lonicera japonica 'Aureoreticulata'
|Blooming in June |
|Offset against lilac leaves in August |
Having arrived in our garden as an unlabeled discount nursery purchase, its cultivar name is uncertain, but it appears to be a good match to 'Aureoreticulata'. As shown in the photo above right, the golden coloration fades away later in the year. Until this year, I believed it was a non-flowering cultivar, but then I saw the flowers. The garden is full of surprises. The plain species is invasive, but this one is much less vigorous (although, after a few years of unrestrained growth on our back berm, it has claimed quite some space for itself).
||perennial vine (Z5-10)
||ordinary garden soil
In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: berm
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August 16, 2015