Lonicera Baggesons Gold

Lonicera Baggesons Gold is an elegant, evergreen shrub with bright golden foliage. It is part of the honeysuckle family but doesn’t flower. It adds a vibrant splash of colour to any garden and looks great when planted in groupings or as a solitary specimen. It is dense and bushy and can be used for hedging. Growing at 40-60cm per year it is is fast growing.

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Specifications:

  • Colour: Green
  • Height: 120cm

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      How to grow:

      • Hardiness: Hardy
      • Position: Full sun, Semi-shade
      Supplied in 1 litre pots with peat free compost

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      Lonicera Baggesons Gold is an elegant, evergreen shrub with bright golden foliage. It is part of the honeysuckle family but doesn’t flower. It adds a vibrant splash of colour to any garden and looks great when planted in groupings or as a solitary specimen. It is dense and bushy and can be used for hedging. Growing at 40-60cm per year it is is fast growing.

      When it comes to where to grow Lonicera Baggesons Gold, you’re in luck – this hardy plant does best in sunny or partially shaded positions. It can also tolerate various types of soil, from acidic to alkaline, so long as it is well-drained. Because of its preference for drier soils, avoid planting it in areas that have poor drainage.

      To keep your Lonicera Baggesons Gold healthy and looking its best, make sure you water regularly. During the warmer months, water more frequently. To ensure that it gets the nutrients it needs to thrive, feed once a year with an organic fertilizer and mulch around the base of your plant for additional protection. Prune back any branches that become too overgrown or out of shape in early spring.

      Supplied in 1litre pots with peat free compost. Our shrubs are locally grown and UK cultivated

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