Lonicera xylosteum 15 PCS fresh seeds, Dwarf or European fly honeysuckle seeds

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Wild honeysuckle, or real honeysuckle, or common honeysuckle, or forest honeysuckle (lat. Lonicera xylosteum), is also known as wolf berries.

Deciduous perennial shrub up to 2.5 m high, a species of the genus Honeysuckle (Lonicera) of the Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae). It grows in the undergrowth of coniferous and mixed forests, in thickets of bushes in ravines and near rivers. It is cultivated as an ornamental plant. The fruits are NOT edible, which is why it is also known as wolf berries.

The leaves are 3-7 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, opposite, elliptical in shape, short pointed, whole-edged. The upper side of the leaf blade is dark green, matte, the lower side is grayish, densely pubescent with soft hairs. The central vein of the leaf is purple.

The flowers grow in pairs in the axils of the leaves. Honeysuckle is sometimes cultivated as an ornamental plant. Tolerates haircut well. It gives honey bees a lot of nectar and pollen. It is often used in landscape design for the improvement of the territory. Very hard yellowish wood is used for making small crafts.
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