<p class="western" style="margin-bottom: 0in;">....just like the lilac thread: I bought what was described as an evergreen honeysuckle last spring and it was just a tiny sprig of leaves. I planted it in a pot and it grew very nicely and healthily - but it is so different from any honeysuckle I have ever had and I began to thing I'd been sold jasmine by mistake. I looked the other day and saw that it is covered in not quite blossom but cream coloured furry hairy blooms <img src="smilies/eye_rolling_smiley.gif" alt="" name="graphics1" width="19" height="19" align="BOTTOM" />. It is not unattractive but so unusual and unexpected I haven't bonded with it yet. If it is a genuine honeysuckle do you think I could pot it into a large square planter with 6ft trellis at right angles? (it's lying empty in slightly shaded pard of garden and needs a plant to look after) If it is not a honeysuckle does anyone have any idea what it could be? I've googled honeysuckle images but either the leaves are too big or the flowers have hairy fronds but also petals.
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