Honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) supports a wide range of wildlife. Moths, butterflies, bees and other insects enjoy nectar from honeysuckle’s divinely scented flowers; the blooms fade to be replaced by berries – an important source of food for birds. Plus, honeysuckle’s leaves are food for caterpillars and not forgetting the fact that honeysuckle creates a nesting site for birds. This is some of the honeysuckle in my garden.

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