Lonicera crassifolia ‚Little Honey‘
Little Honey is a creeping honeysuckle that has earned its nickname "Little Honey". During the flowering season between July and August, it gives off a honey-like fragrance in your garden. Lonicera crass. Little Honey grows between 10 and 15 cm tall and is popular as a ground cover. However, it is also popular in the rock garden, as an underplanting, as a lawn border, in the gravel garden and in the low-maintenance garden. The creeping honeysuckle loves sunny to semi-shady locations.
Buy Creeping Honeysuckle
Creeping honeysuckle: A year-round eye-catcher in your garden. During the flowering season, Lonicera crass. Little Honey bears white, slightly yellowish flowers that are funnel-shaped and turn black after flowering. Towards autumn, the green leaves of the creeping honeysuckle turn a beautiful, reddish colour. This makes it an eye-catcher in your garden all year round.
The Lonicera ‚Little Honey‘ is an all-rounder in your garden, plant the honeysuckle for example on a slope or as an underplanting für Gehölz.
How to make creeping honeysuckle feel at home in your garden
Find a sunny to semi-shady spot and, for the Lonicera crass, avoid. ‚Little Honey‘ stagnation in the soil and you will have long and much enjoyment from your new garden resident. For one square metre you will need about 12 plants.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use the creeping honeysuckle all year round.