honeysuckle

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honeysuckle

Chinese medicine
An ornamental plant, the flowers of which are used for treating abscesses, bacterial infections, colds, conjunctivitis, inflammation and urinary burning; some data suggest that honeysuckle may be antibacterial and reduce cholesterol.

honeysuckle

see lambertiaformosa.
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quoting SM30825 or send a cheque payable to MGN SM30825 to Weigela Offer (SM30825), PO Box 64, South West District Office, Manchester, M16 9HY or visit mirrorgardenoffers.
Is there a shrub, which if planted there would push its way up between the hibiscus and weigela and survive?
THESE SHRUBS ROOT QUICKLY: Beautyberry, beauty bush, bluebeard, butterfly bush, crape myrtle, daphne, deciduous azalea, elderberry, enkianthus, flowering quince, forsythia, hydrangea, lilac, mock orange, redtwig dogwood, rugosa rose, serviceberry, smoke tree, viburnum, weigela
It's wise to prune vigorous latespring and earlyflowering shrubs - such as mock orange (philadelphus), weigela, kerria and kolkwitzia - otherwise they'll quickly become straggly and untidy.
Most of them are early-flowering, like forsythia, but some may flower in early summer, including weigela, philadelphus and deutzia.
4 Take soft and semi-ripe cuttings of non-flowering shoots of shrubs, including hydrangea, rosemary, weigela and spiraea.
Birds like the taste but squirrels don't Take hardwood cuttings of dogwood, euonymus, buddleia, spiraea and weigela Continue to harvest leeks and Brussels sprouts
Take hardwood cuttings from shrubs including buddleia, forsythia, spirea, weigela, berberis, hydrangea, pyracantha and roses.
Prune shrubs including chaenomeles, deutzia, philadelphus, weigela and spiraea as soon as they have finished flowering.
The weigela is a great old-fashion group of neat growing flowering shrubs that are native to Korea and northern China.
8Take half-ripe cuttings of shrubs such as forsythia, deutzia and weigela.
magellanica), grevillea, heath (Erica), honeysuckle, melaleuca, night jessamine, pineapple guava, rose of Sharon, rosemary, weigela.