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How closely did you look at it Rose lady?
If you expect something to be a honeysuckle it's easy to see one.
You do lose some. I have a list of all (or perhaps most) of the plants I've bought/grown over the years. There are a lot missing
sow them now, leave them outside, they'll germinate in spring. The fresher the better for these seeds and they need the cold. I cover them with grit, Don't do anything to them, the weather waters them.
if youy'd posted that picture in the first place I don't think anyone would have suggested bay or Lonicera henreyii
your honeysuckle died would be my guess. How long since it flowered and looked like a honeysuckle? That tree looks 3 or 4 years from seed
The pennisetum is a half hardy annual. Ipomea is not hardy but I don't know if it's annual or perennial,
you won't get treatment for that on the NHS chicky
nice colour, is it scented?
seems my garroulessness count is pretty high. My spelling is different WW but still doesn't look right and can't be getting out of my seat to find a dictionary.
and if you have got room for a tree that one would be a bad choice
I have Diddy. I shall be posted today. But the road is closed and I'd have to go round the long way to get to the box so I might wait til the latest round of scraping and filling is done.
This is not honeysuckle. Maybe the honeysuckle died in the pot and a seeded tree took over.
Looks a bit like one of the salix (willow) species