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How to grow honeysuckle capricole for landscape design


Honeysuckle is a graceful plant that can be seen in many garden plots. Fruit bushes reach two meters in height. Different varieties differ in terms of fecundity, resistance to adverse weather conditions. Decorative types of honeysuckle delight with charm and unique flowering.

Among gardeners there is a perception that the most beautiful decorative view is Honeysuckle Capricole Inga. Visually, it represents the shape of a liana and can reach height. up to six meters. Young shoots are green or burgundy shades, but with age they acquire dark colors.

Curled Honeysuckle Inga

The flowering period is in May or June. Inflorescences have a slightly pinkish or creamy core, blooming one after another. By the beginning of August, instead of tender inflorescences, small fruits of bright orange color appear. Honeysuckle bloom lasts a couple of months, but the decorative appearance remains until the onset of frost.

Honeysuckle Capricole (Lonicera caprifolium)

Landing features

Planting honeysuckle capricole is better to carry out immediately to a permanent location. Perfectly gets on with other climbers: roses, clematis.

Honeysuckle loves sunny places. It can grow on shady, but lush flowering in this case does not have to wait. The optimal landing time is April or May.

It is considered to be moderately acidic soil ideal for this culture. Land rich in clay or sand is undesirable. Planting honeysuckle is carried out in several stages:

  1. Prepare a small recess in half a meter. It is necessary to try, so that from all sides the hole was the same size.
  2. The drainage is laid down to the bottom of the pit. Used gravel or sand.
  3. The soil that was previously removed for the formation of the recess must be fertilized. If the soil is too acidic, be sure to add lime.
  4. At the bottom we do small slide.
  5. Putting honeysuckle into the ground, it is necessary prune the roots. Then we plant honeysuckle on the hill, straighten, crush, and straighten again. It is mandatory to fill up the filler obtained with fertilizers, bury it and pour it abundantly.
  6. Around the plant you can lay out peat or other fertilizers available for use.

Honeysuckle Capricoleum, flowers near

Proper care

Honeysuckle capricole is widely used in the West in the decoration of external walls.

Honeysuckle - the plant is not from the "fearful", endure cooling. But in the first couple of years during the onset of cool weather, it is necessary to cover the ground cover around the plant in order to protect the root system from damage, as well as to remove its branches from the support and to cover. In subsequent years, you can no longer worry about her dying; this part of the care will not be necessary.

Removal of weeds is an important component in the comprehensive care of the plant. Before planting, the entire area around the honeysuckle must be thoroughly processed for weeds. It is especially important to remove weed perennials.

Honeysuckle Capricole loves moisture, so you need to water the plant plentifully. If summer is hot, then you need to water it twice as much. At the end of the season, the plant must necessarily get a share of humus and potash fertilizer, and in spring, honeysuckle needs nitrogen. For fertilizer, you can use bird droppings.

Pruning needed to form a graceful form of the plant. It is important to hold it for the first time immediately after disembarkation. Otherwise, in a week it will turn into a shapeless bush.

If you want the honeysuckle to become more lush, then you need to incise the tip.

Honeysuckle Capricole as a green curtain

Breeding principle

There are many types of honeysuckle, and each variety breeds differently. Speaking of honeysuckle capricole before breeding need prepare cuttings. The optimal time for this process is the end of flowering.

It is important to remember the condition of the cuttings. We choose only those that have good flexibility and can break. If they are solid, then it is better not to use them for reproduction. Each knot should have an internode, at least two.

In the upper part you need to cut a couple of centimeters from the kidney, and the second in the lower part, keeping the angle of forty-five degrees. We get rid of the bottom leaves completely, and the top need to be shortened in half. The resulting shoots are contained exclusively in the greenhouse and do not allow direct sunlight. Distance to observe at least half a centimeter.

As a fertilizer is better to use ordinary peat. At first, spray three times a day. After the first young leaves appear, the plant may not be covered. Transplantation in the soil is better to carry out in early spring.

Honeysuckle in landscape design

Many gardeners like honeysuckle due to rich colors. This is a great option to decorate the terrace, outbuildings. With the help of special devices, for example, high stands, you can start growing honeysuckle so that it adorned the side wall of the house. All the beauty of this design in the style of country can not pass a single photo.

Honeysuckle capricole in the decoration of the walls.

Since the plant visually reminds of tropical countries, thanks to bright inflorescences, it can be used to decorate arches and pergolas. However, it is worth being attentive and using thin twigs or metal arches so that the plant can firmly fix and not damage the stems.

Honeysuckle Capricole in a romantic garden.

If the gardener likes to plant flowers, then he knows for sure that honeysuckle combined with almost any unpretentious plants. Support for honeysuckle should be mandatory. Otherwise, the plant may break when it reaches a great length.

Honeysuckle evergreen (Lonicera sempervirens) Cedar Lane

Brown honeysuckle looks fabulous alongside other green shrubs. On their background, it stands out burgundy leaves and dilutes the entire composition, focusing attention on yourself. If there is a desire to isolate any fragment in the garden, then this variety can be used safely. In addition, this type of unpretentious and bravely tolerates cooling.

Brown Honeysuckle Dropmore Scarlet

Many people dream of decorating the walls of their house with flowers, but they do not know how to do it properly. If the house is brick, then as its decoration it is not advisable to use the method of convolvulus, which, by its root system, clings to a concrete pad or brick.

It should be understood that when the plant grows in the lower part of the body, the design is not in danger. However, if it is planned to decorate the walls of the house as much as possible, then on top of the brick it is necessary to mount a grid to which the plant will cling and create a visual effect of a green wall.

Lonicera japonica - Japanese Honeysuckle

As a classic version of landscape design, you can use the plant in flower beds of unusual geometric shape, in which the whole composition is planted. The combination of several small honeysuckle bushes at once looks beautiful. Since it grows pretty quickly, sometimes it needs to be trimmed, keeping a neat look and a desired shape. A frequent way to use it is to land near a low fence. Formation with a bob is possible.

Honeysuckle Hecrotte (Heckrotti), grade Goldflame

Curly honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) Belgica

Curly honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum), Serotina

Receiving a hedge looks harmoniously on a site of any size, because in the summer and spring months the rich green colors will never be superfluous. It is worth noting that this technique is often used by designers when they want to achieve the effect of zoning. That is, to allocate one part of the site from the other, dividing it into functional zones.

Honeysuckle Capricole as a hedge.

And although zoning was originally used in rooms, it also found its niche in landscape design. The main thing when creating it is to remember that optimal conditions for growth must be created for the plant.

Lonicera japonica - Japanese Honeysuckle in a hedge

As a rule, bush honeysuckle often try to combine with bright garden flowers. Moreover, it can even be hybrid tea roses that tolerate shade well. If you use a decorative look, blooming for two months, then as a supplement planted green shrubs.

Before you form a composition, you need to pay attention to those plant species that have similar conditions for normal growth. Otherwise, the garden will soon become discouraged.

Description of Honeysuckle Capricole

There are about 200 species of honeysuckle. Conventionally, they are divided into the following categories:

For growing in the garden is suitable no more than 10 species. The country is most popular curly and shrub varieties. Among the commonly used honeysuckle is honeysuckle. This Liana decorate any area:

  • porch,
  • the terrace
  • the wall
  • gazebo.

Mostly gardeners love this honeysuckle vine for its rapid growth and ease of care. Its abundant decorative foliage, beautiful fruits and wonderful aroma give beauty and freshness.

So, the honeysuckle capricole is a vine, referring to the winding honeysuckle. The landscape design has become popular because it grows shrub. The leaves of the fragrant creeper are pale green leaves, the inflorescences have a beautiful color, and their size reaches 50mm.

Coloring of flowers happens:

  • red and purple
  • white,
  • yellow.

The plant blooms in summer, and from the bushes begins to blow a wonderful aroma, which increases with the onset of the evening. Honeysuckle flowers have a farce of prominent stamens, gathering in bundles of 5-6 pieces and located in lush foliage.

Flowering time is short - about three weeks. A separate flower lives for three days. There are always many bees around a flowering creeper, attracted by the scent of flowers. Small fruits when ripe become bright red.

Branches for the season can grow to 2m. The life span of a vine can be 30 years, so no wonder its popularity in landscape design. Liana is frost-resistant, even shoots damaged by frost are restored. The leaves become bluish-green and remain in this form until late autumn.

Honeysuckle Capricole planting and care

The easiest way to plant for propagation is honeysuckle seed honeysuckle. Selected seeds are germinated and sprouted into the soil. Popular cutting methods are also cuttings and bends..

  • Landing cuttings are usually made in spring, summer, autumn. When autumn cuttings are selected strong shoots 10-15cm long. There must be at least 4-5 eyes on them. Planting is made in the prepared loose soil, followed by good moisture. On the surface leave one kidney. Planting place is mulched with leaves.
  • In summer, planting is done when the plant has faded.around the end of July. The cuttings with two internodes are selected, and the lower leaves are removed. Accommodation in a greenhouse, protected from direct sunlight. Between the cuttings should be 15-25cm, and the depth should be 2-3cm. It is better to cover them with glass, which is removed after the appearance of new leaves. The kidneys are moistened several times a day. In the winter they are mulched with peat, left so until spring, then transplanted into the open ground.
  • Seed propagation - The process is long, if you harvest the seeds yourself. They are selected after flowering - at the end of July. Thoroughly washed and dried, stored in a dry place. In February, these seeds are mixed with wet sand and kept in the refrigerator for two months. Next, they are ready for sowing. After seed germination, it is necessary to monitor the level of soil moisture, which must be loosened and freed from weeds. Ready seedlings are planted, as a rule, to a permanent place in the autumn or early spring.
  • A more lush shrub will turn out if on the plot use three or more kidneys. Buds give young shoots and with proper care, they create a hedge. If planted through a hole, shoots will soon form a bush.
  • When landing in a trench in the end will vertical gardening. The plant prefers well lit places. From the light will depend on the abundance of flowers. If you choose a shaded place, the shoots will be healthy, but there will be no lush color.

In the care of the plant is undemanding, so even a novice gardener will cope with this. To ensure the normal development of the necessary backwater. If there is no possibility of its construction near the vine, the honeysuckle is planted near the wall of a gazebo or at home. The support can serve all vertical surfaces. Support is necessary so that the branches can crawl upwards.

Usually described garden culture reaches a length of 4-5m. Such dimensions can be achieved five years after landing. Shoots have roots, as they grow clinging to a rough surface. In the absence of backwater, the branches crawl along the surface, and there is no problem with reproduction.

Top dressing

For the active development of foliage and bright fruits, before planting the soil is fertilized. As a fertilizer is used:

  • humus from manure,
  • mineral and organic fertilizers,
  • trace elements
  • peat.

The first shoots can be expected in late May - early June. With proper care, shoots per year grow to 2 m. In the future, too, need periodic feeding. The plant well accepts potash and nitrogen fertilizers, humus 2-3 years. Vegetable fertilizers from the site can be used. Experienced gardeners use their fertilizers, which they procure in advance.

If plant waste in the compost pit is poured periodically with peat, in a year you can get your own peat compost.

Pruning, forming a bush

Timely correct pruning will help form the plant. Without this treatment, honeysuckle will not become a complete design element. Here a big role is played by the support, which must be strong and high. Its material can be:

The branches during pruning are sent manually. They grow quickly and require proper distribution, which will create a well-groomed beautiful look. When the liana reaches the required height, its top is cut off, after which side shoots develop intensively.

In honeysuckle lower leaves usually fall off, and this can not be ignored. In order to conceal this deficiency, another plant is planted next to the vine, which closes the shoots without leaves.

Spring pruning . Since the buds wake up late, there is no need to hurry with spring pruning. After all, only damaged and frostbitten branches are cut, which will not give new buds and shoots. Therefore, you need to wait for the appearance of buds and carefully cut off the excess shoots. To stimulate the formation of lateral shoots, after reaching the desired height, the top of the plant of the main stem is clipped.

Beautiful well maintained bush will create a beautiful composition in the garden and fill the area with fragrance. Therefore, care must be at the proper level.

Diseases and pests

Despite the resistance of the plant to diseases and parasites, it has enemies. Among insects, these are aphid and cabbage caterpillars, and among fungal infections, powdery mildew and rust.

So the berries of our creepers cannot be eaten, it is possible to fight pests and diseases through the use of chemicals. Acaricidal preparations will help to get rid of aphids:

Insecticides used against the tracks. The fungus is eliminated with the help of fungicides supplied in garden pavilions and flower shops.

Preparing for the winter

An adult plant does not need shelter for the winter. But the varietal, hybrid honeysuckle, as well as recently planted cuttings and seedlings need warming. Pristvolny circle is closed with a thick layer of dry foliage, the plant is removed from the support and placed on a bed of leaves, as in the case of clematis, on top of the vine is covered with lapnik, spanbond and lutrasil.

Virtually all honeysuckles have beneficial properties.. Flowers, leaves and stalks of honeysuckle are considered curative. Tinctures and decoctions and of them are used for the prevention and treatment of a number of diseases. Decorative honeysuckle, unlike edible, serves exclusively to decorate the land. It is mainly planted for gardening hedges, walls, fences, that is, vertical surfaces. Growing this climbing plant is not so difficult. Care and feeding will achieve high results!

Brief Description of Culture

It is very convenient to plant a plant along the fences. In this case, whip honeysuckle capricole form a lush hedge. From them it is also possible to create a shady arbor, surrounding the previously prepared frame with props from the vines. And at the end of the summer day, the flowers of this plant will delight with a delicate exquisite aroma.

In late spring and early summer, honeysuckle capricole begins to bloom magnificently. The bush at the same time is completely covered with yellowish or pinkish small flowers of a non-uniform color. They are somewhat reminiscent of orchids. The length of the flower can reach 5 centimeters. At its base are fused sheets. Flowering lasts up to three weeks, while the life cycle of a single flower does not exceed four days.

Honeysuckle hedge

The berries are rich orange appear after flowering ends. For the first time, honeysuckle capricoleum will bloom and will bear fruit when the bush reaches four years of age. Intensive growth continues from early April to mid-autumn. Cold plant tolerates well enough. A separate bush can live for more than 50 years with proper care.

Kaprifol with berries

The following varieties of this plant are found:

  • few-flowered. Not too luxuriant blooms, becoming pinkish with red flowers,
  • white The name of the variety says that the flowers of this honeysuckle capricole are white.

Honeysuckle diluted with seeds, cuttings and layering.

Reproduction by cuttings

For reproduction by cuttings immediately after the plant has faded, it is necessary to cut cuttings having 2 internodes each. In this case, it is necessary to leave only the upper leaflets, cutting the lower ones from the cuttings.

Reproduction of honeysuckle cuttings

Plant in the prepared soil. To do this, take the ground garden (1 part), peat (2 parts), coarse sand (2 parts) and mix. Shoots must be planted in the greenhouse, keeping a distance of 20 centimeters between them. Watering is required every three days.

Important! Before winter, sprouts are covered with peat. In the spring cuttings are transferred to the open ground. This is not done immediately because in this case, many shoots die.

Seed propagation

Much more difficult is the cultivation of honeysuckle honeysuckle with the help of seeds. The fact is that they cannot be stored for a long time, since this greatly reduces the percentage of their germination.

Honeysuckle (capricole) seeds "Fragrant liana"

Seed collection for reproduction is carried out during the period of fruiting plants. The pulp is removed from the berries, the seeds are rinsed and dried. Then they are stored in a room with a temperature of + 18-20 ° C. In the year when it is planned to use the seeds for sowing, they must first be put in wet sand and stored for some time before planting in a cool room. It is necessary to constantly monitor the humidity of the sand.

The depth of sowing seeds in the ground should not exceed 2 centimeters. Landing is carried out immediately into open ground in the second half of April. It is better to choose for this the shady side of the plot. Preferred for normal seed germination temperature is + 20 ° C.

Cutting grooves for seeding

Important! When sprouts appear, you need to organize them timely watering. They also need to weed. Transfer to a permanent place in the fall. To protect against freezing, young plants need to be protected with peat for 2 years after planting.

Reproduction by layering

The easiest way to get more honeysuckle bushes is to breed them using layering. To do this, one of the lower branches must be cut and rooted into the ground. The best season for this operation is spring.

Honeysuckle - reproduction by layering

Until autumn, the scion will give roots, and it can be separated from the main bush. It is advisable to transplant it immediately for permanent residence, as the plant does not like to repeatedly change places.

Honeysuckle reproduction by horizontal layers

Step-by-step instructions for planting honeysuckle honeysuckle

The plant is preferably planted in the spring. If done correctly, it will please the shoots by the beginning of summer. By this time they may even gain some length. During the year, under favorable circumstances, honeysuckle may increase in growth over 1.5 meters.

Table. How to plant honeysuckle capricole.

Step 1. Choosing a place for a plant

Step 2. Creating a trench or pit for disembarkation

Step 3. Fertilizing the land before planting

Step 4. Watering and loosening the soil

Step 5. Planting honeysuckle capricole

Honeysuckle Flowers Capricoleum

Care features

A gardener who wishes to get a high climbing honeysuckle bush, a honeysuckle giving abundant color, provides the plant with the most comfortable conditions. The place where the liana lives should be well lit by the sun, and groundwater should be low enough. Light soil includes sand, garden soil with turf and humus in the right quantities. The soil should not be acidic.

Important! It is advisable to adhere to a moderate irrigation schedule for the care of honeysuckle capricole. In the spring, it is recommended to add humus to the soil. Dry summer requires additional wetting of foliage, as well as up to three fertilizers of the land with mullein, which must be produced before the middle of the season. The optimal composition for plant nutrition includes potassium, two- or three-year-old manure, and nitrogen.

The land in which the honeysuckle honeysuckle is planted requires regular loosening, as well as mulching, which simultaneously with the protection of the soil provides it with nutrients.

Mulberry bushes of honeysuckle and currants

Mulching is also performed for the following purposes:

  • weed prevention,
  • water retention in the ground
  • eliminating the need for frequent loosening,
  • protecting the earth from harmful microorganisms that enter there during irrigation or rainfall,
  • prevention of overheating of the surface layer of the earth in the summer season and overcooling in winter.

The basis for mulching can be materials of organic origin, such as hay, foliage, sawdust, etc. You can also use mineral materials such as gravel, small pebbles, sand, and the like.

Sawdust as mulch

After the branches of honeysuckle become woody, they begin to bare. From this suffers the appearance of vines. The solution is the pruning of the shoots. At the same time it is necessary to get rid of dry branches. It is permissible to leave the branches of the old plant, on which the crust is slightly exfoliated.

Important! Honeysuckle Capricole needs constant measures to maintain the beautiful shape of the bushes. If this is not done, the plant begins to randomly grow and lose its attractive appearance and decorative function.

Cut off the extra shoots

To form the bush in the right direction, care should be taken to create a good support for it. This structure may itself be a decoration of the landscape, but it must also meet the requirements of stability, strength and the required height. The support can be made both from metal, and from a tree. As the vine grows, its shoots need to be oriented along the support in the desired direction. An adult plant is not recommended to be moved from place to place, so before planting you need to prepare for the fact that the honeysuckle honeysuckle will be located on the site assigned to him for many years.

To prevent the destruction of the basement of the building by the strong roots of the plant, it is necessary to withstand at least 80 centimeter distance from the house when the plant is planted.

Most varieties of honeysuckle are self-productive. In the garden, it is desirable to plant at least two different varieties that bloom at the same time

Disease prevention

Creating a beauty in the garden, this plant, like its counterparts, is prone to diseases and the invasion of harmful insects. In order to avoid the destruction of the last living fences, you must adhere to the following principles of care.

  1. Pests that traditionally encroach on plant leaves, such as aphids and insect larvae, do not like potassium and phosphorus to be found in the composition of the plant’s liquid media. Irrigation of honeysuckle bushes with a mixture of lime and superphosphate will help provide these substances. Also in the composition can include a little ash.
  2. Harmful insects will not settle on the plant in the winter, if, prior to shedding foliage, to spray around the composition, including urea.
  3. In the summer, regularly treat honeysuckle bushes with insecticides.

Honeysuckle branches drying out

This plant retains its excellent appearance, if you carefully monitor its health, in time to destroy harmful insects, to carry out the prevention of other diseases, as well as to take care of the formation of a beautiful crown.

Blooming honeysuckle capricole

Honeysuckle Capricole is a wonderful tool for decorating the landscape of the garden plot. Thanks to it, you can control the light and shade, zone the space and create from the lash rest areas and live fences.


  • 1. Listen to the article (soon)
  • 2. Description
  • 3. Landing
    • 3.1. When to plant
    • 3.2. How to plant
  • 4. Care
    • 4.1. Watering, feeding, loosening and weeding
    • 4.2. Diseases and pests
    • 4.3. Preparing for the winter
  • 5. Trimming
  • 6. Reproduction
    • 6.1. Seed propagation
    • 6.2. Reproduction by layering
    • 6.3. Cuttings
  • 7. Grades
  • 8. Application in landscape design

Planting and care for honeysuckle capricole (in brief)

  • Bloom: for three weeks in June, starting at the age of four.
  • Landing: in April-May or in the period of leaf fall.
  • Lighting: bright light or partial shade.
  • The soil: moist, fertile, well fertilized.
  • Watering: infrequent, but plentiful: the soil under the bush should not dry out. Water consumption per plant - 1-2 buckets.
  • Top dressing: in the spring - organic matter containing nitrogen, and complex mineral fertilizers for flowering plants; in the summer, the plant is sprayed over the leaves with trace element solutions.
  • Trimming: sanitary, rejuvenating and formative - in the spring, before the start of sap flow.
  • Reproduction: seeds, cuttings and layering.
  • Pests: aphid and cabbage caterpillars.
  • Diseases: rust and powdery mildew.

Honeysuckle Capricole - description

Decorative honeysuckle capricole is a climbing leafy shrub up to 6 m in height, young shoots of which are light green in color, sometimes with a violet shade, become brown with age. The leaves of honeysuckle capricole are broadly elliptic, opposite, 4 to 10 cm long, dark green on the upper side, gray-blue below. Several pairs of upper leaves can grow together with the bases and form an elliptical plate. Yellowish-white fragrant flowers, often with a reddish shade, are collected in the axils of the upper leaves in whorls. Orange or red inedible fruits of honeysuckle honeysuckle with a diameter of 6-8 cm ripen in late July or early August. They are located on such short stems that it seems as if they were glued to the leaves.

When plant honeysuckle honeysuckle.

Planting honeysuckle honeysuckle and care for her no more difficult than the cultivation of any other ornamental shrubs. The best time to plant a honeysuckle honeysuckle in the garden is April or May, although some gardeners are advised to plant the plant at the time of leaf fall. When choosing a place for a plant, remember that abundant flowering can only be in bright sunlight, although honeysuckle can also tolerate partial shading. Liana honeysuckle Capricole loves moist fertile soil, in which, before planting, it is necessary to make mineral and organic fertilizers for digging: potassium, nitrogen and rotted cow manure. And digging up the soil with fertilizers should be at least two weeks before planting.

How to plant honeysuckle honeysuckle.

Depending on the intention with which you plant the plant, dig a hole or trench. The size of the pit should be about 50x50x50 cm, and the trench - 50 cm in depth and 50 cm in width. If the planting is carried out at a site where water stagnation can occur, lay a layer of drainage from broken brick, ceramic tile or gravel at the bottom of the pit, and then fill the pit almost to the top with fertile soil. Then a sapling is placed in the pit, its roots are straightened and the remaining space is filled with soil. Planting takes into account the subsidence of the soil, so the root neck is left 5 cm above ground level. After abundant watering, the earth will settle, and the neck will be flush with the surface. When water is absorbed, grumble the tree circle with organic material.

Honeysuckle seedlings are placed in the trench at a distance of not less than 1 m from each other, and in group plantings they are located no closer than 1.5 m. And do not forget to immediately dig in supports for the plant if you are not going to use building walls or a fence for this purpose . Support for honeysuckle capricole can look like a metal or wooden structure, slats with stretched cords or grids.

Watering, feeding, loosening and weeding.

In the hot season, you need to make sure that the soil under the honeysuckle bush has never dried up the honeysuckle. Watered Capricole infrequently, but plentiful: one plant will need 1-2 buckets of water. After watering or rain, the soil around the honeysuckle is loosened and weeded. To prevent the rapid evaporation of moisture and reduce the need for loosening and weeding, the soil around the bush is mulched.

In order to stimulate the abundant flowering of honeysuckle capricoleum, organic matter or complex mineral fertilizers for flowering plants are introduced into the soil in early spring. During the summer, honeysuckle can be treated with fertilizer or trace element solutions on the leaves.

Preparation of honeysuckle capricole for wintering.

Species adult plant in the shelter for the winter does not need. But the varietal, hybrid honeysuckle, as well as freshly planted cuttings and seedlings are better insulated: close the tree trunk with a thick layer of dry foliage, remove the plant from the support and lay it on a bed of leaves, as you do, for example, with clematis, and cover it from above Kaprifol Spunbond, Lutrasil or Lapnik.

Pruning honeysuckle Capricole

Curly honeysuckle capricole needs both formative and sanitary pruning. Immediately after planting, the shoots of the plant are pruned to one third of the length, and in the second year 3-4 shoots of the strongest are grown from shoots - these shoots will become the skeleton of the bush. The rest of the shoots cut out at the root. During the season, shoots growing to the height of the support are pruned or directed along the support in the right direction. Subsequently, sick, broken, frozen or thickening branches are regularly cut out, otherwise the plant will look untidy. However, fanaticism in pruning is irrelevant: if you pick off the honeysuckle, it will lose its appeal.

Do not rush to cut the capricole in the spring: you may think that some shoots look lifeless, but the peculiarity of this plant is that with the onset of warm days dormant buds wake up and it suddenly grows green and starts to grow, and those shoots that remain black and naked, never too late to remove.

If you notice that on an adult honeysuckle bush a honeysuckle flowers are getting smaller every year, spend a rejuvenating pruning plant: cut off all the shoots at a height of 10-15 cm from the ground, so that young shoots from which the you will later form a new crown. Rejuvenation is carried out every 5-6 years, but it is better to do it in two steps: in one year, only half of the shoots are cut, and the rejuvenating procedure ends next year.

Reproduction of honeysuckle capricole seed.

Generative reproduction of honeysuckle is a laborious process, therefore gardeners usually resort to more reliable and faster vegetative methods. However, in certain cases, seed propagation is preferable to vegetative. How to propagate the honeysuckle capricole seeds? The seeds, stratified for two months at a temperature of 0 to 5 ºC, are sown in March in a wet mixture of equal parts of sand, peat and humus, sprinkled on top of them with a thin layer of sand and covered with plastic wrap or glass. Contain crops in a bright warm place, daily removing a film for airing and, if necessary, for moistening the substrate. Grown up seedlings on time planted in separate pots. They are planted in the open ground only next spring, and they will bloom in the third or fourth year. Until then, seedlings need shelter for the winter with peat, spruce or lutrasil.

You can sow honeysuckle capricole immediately into the ground, and it is better to do it in the fall, so that the seeds pass natural stratification in the soil during the winter months. In the spring of seedlings together will ascend. It is simple to care for them: to water, to loosen the ground around them, to remove weeds, to feed them, and most importantly - to plant on time so that they do not interfere with each other's development.

Propagation of honeysuckle capricole layers.

This is the easiest and most reliable way to reproduce honeysuckle. A flexible branch of the vines in the spring is placed in a shallow trench, leaving the top above the surface, fix the escape in the recess and cover it with fertile soil. All summer the branches are watered and fed, and in the autumn they are separated from the bush and transplanted to a permanent place.

Honeysuckle grafting capricole.

Reproduction of honeysuckle capricole cuttings also gives good results. Cuttings with at least two internodes are cut after flowering from the middle part of the shoots. One internode at planting is completely buried in the substrate, after removing the leaf from it, and on the upper part of the cutting the leaves are only shortened. Rooting occurs in a bright place, protected from direct sunlight, and in a humid environment. It is best to root the cuttings in the greenhouse or greenhouse under the film. The substrate should be light and fertile, as, for example, a mixture of sand and peat in equal parts.

The cuttings are watered, weeded, aired, and the soil is loosening around them, and as soon as new leaves begin to form on them, the cutting process can be considered successfully completed. On a permanent place the cuttings are planted in a year, and a year later the saplings will bloom.

Honeysuckle grades Kaprifol

Honeysuckle Capricole has two decorative forms:

  • alba - a plant that blooms with white flowers two weeks earlier than the main species,
  • few-flowered - a very attractive plant, blooming with pink-red flowers, but not as abundant as the typical form of capricoleum and Capricoleum alba.

There is still Honeysuckle Capricole Inga with white, pink, red or yellow fragrant flowers, collected in the spike or capitate inflorescences.

As for such cultures that are often mentioned in special literature as Brown honeysuckle and curly honeysuckle then, the first plant has nothing to do with honeysuckle: it is a hybrid between rough honeysuckle and evergreen honeysuckle. Honeysuckle and Hecrotta are also hybrid plants. A curly honeysuckle or German honeysuckle is an independent species of the genus, like honeysuckle honeysuckle and honeysuckle ash gray, yellow, gray, scab, cover, Ledebour, ordinary, Tatar and others.

Description of decorative honeysuckle

Honeysuckle Caprifol is a shrub whose branches grow vertically and twist around a support. The second name is goat honeysuckle or fragrant honeysuckle. The Latin name for honeysuckle is Loniсera caprifolium, which means carpa - goat and folium - leaf. Honeysuckle is home to the southern part of Europe and the Caucasus. It grows on forest sunny edges, loves moist soil. Distribution in the gardens of Russia began in the middle of the XIX century, thanks to the decorative bushes.

Honeysuckle Caprifol is ideal for creating hedges

Honeysuckle Kaprifol is a climbing shrub whose branches can reach 6 meters. The newly growing shoots are light green in color, the old shoots have woody brown bark. The leaves are honeysuckle elliptical in shape, from 4 to 10 cm long. The color of the leaves is bright green above and the lower part of the leaf is gray. Upper leaflets grow together with the bases.

The flowers form bunches in the axils of the fused leaves. The shape of the flower is original. Yellowish-white flowers emit a unique fragrance, which is enhanced by the evening. Night hawk moths flock to the scent and pollinate the plant. During the day, bees and bumblebees are circling over the fragrant flowers, as Kaprifol is a wonderful honey plant. By the end of flowering, the color of the flowers becomes pink first and then brownish. The blooming flower lives no more than three days, but constantly opening new inflorescences make the bush decorative for a long time. Kaprifol begins to bloom in May, flowering ends by the end of June.

The shape of the flowers of Caprifoli is very original.

In late July - early August, red-orange berries appear on the bushes. They have very short stalks and the feeling is that the berries grow straight from the leaves. Honeysuckle Kaprifol berries can not be, they are very bitter and can cause poisoning!

The berries have short stems and it seems that they grow straight from the leaves.

Honeysuckle roots are located at a depth of 0.5 meters. They branch well and form root processes that can grow up to 1.5 m from the main stem.

The plant is quite unpretentious, characterized by rapid growth. It prefers to grow in sunny areas, but does not lose its decorative effect even with a slight shading. It is possible to grow shrubs on any soil, it does not grow well in very dry and low areas. Honeysuckle loves moisture, so it requires frequent and abundant watering. This perennial liana grows in one place to 50 years.

The use of honeysuckle Kaprifol exclusively decorative. A good option for landscape design: with a liana you can decorate a gazebo or an arch, create a hedge, hide an unpresentable wall, and isolate yourself from curious neighbors. If you make special tools in the form of metal rods, honeysuckle can decorate the corner wall of the house.

Designer use of honeysuckle Kaprifol in country style

The essential oil extracted from the flowers of Caprifoli is used to create perfumes, toilet water and fragrances in cosmetic sets. Applied in aromatherapy to relieve depression and improve body tone.

Advantages and disadvantages of honeysuckle Kaprifol

Honeysuckle Kaprifol is grown in almost all regions of Russia. It successfully withstands both heat and cold. It grows even in the north of Russia, provided that it is necessary to shelter it well for the winter. In central Russia it winters beautifully without shelter. If the tips of the shoots are cold, the vine is well restored with new, fast-growing stems.

The main advantage of Caprifoli is its decorativeness during the whole vegetative period and the unique aroma during flowering. This curly bush does not like transplants. By planting honeysuckle in a permanent place, you can enjoy the beautiful appearance of the plant for several decades.

The disadvantages of honeysuckle include the fact that climbing branches must be periodically cut and sent to specially made supports. If you let the liana directly on the wall, then formed on the branches of the sucker, penetrate into the cracks and can destroy the clutch. It is better to make removable supports in order to shoot together with the branches for shelter in winter. If the support is not removable, then the plant will have to be torn off and thus injured.

In my opinion, no difficulties in cultivation can become a reason for abandoning this wonderful plant! I honeysuckle Kaprifol grows along the fence. It does not require special attention to itself, except for forming pruning and periodic watering. And during the fragrant flowering, it is admirable to everyone who passes by my garden.

The main difference between honeysuckle Kaprifol from erect and creeping species is the climbing bush in the form of a liana. The plant is used for decorative purposes for vertical gardening. It differs from edible types of honeysuckle in that berries are not eaten.

Varieties and types of decorative honeysuckle

There are a huge number of climbing honeysuckle species, but the most beautiful and fragrant is the honeysuckle Kaprifol divided into varieties:

Alba honeysuckle is distinguished by the rapid build-up of lush and voluminous leaf mass.

Alba variety is fast growing

Shoots grow over five meters long. Mature vines are very thick, which is ideal for creating a “hedge”. Alba bloom begins in late May - early June and lasts until mid-July. Blossoming flowers are white at first, and then turn yellow and fall.


This sort of inflorescence pink shade, flowers are smaller. Passiflora flowering less abundant than the variety Alba.

Pink inflorescences of Passiflora

Shoots grow to 6 meters. Liana is perfectly possible to decorate a gazebo, courtyard building, fence.

The most beautiful and fragrant vine is Kaprifol Inga. The annual growth of shoots is 1 meter, the shrub grows no more than 3 meters high.

Kaprifol Inga is considered the most beautiful variety of honeysuckle

Capriol Inga, thanks to its compactness, will decorate a small courtyard. Honeysuckle inflorescences are very bright. The combination of pink, yellow and cream is very beautiful. Inga begins to bloom at the end of May and a whole month pleases with its beauty.

American honeysuckle

American Honeysuckle is a hybrid of Honeysuckle Caprifol and Tuscan honeysuckle growing in the Mediterranean.

American Honeysuckle is a hybrid of Honeysuckle Caprifol and Tuscan honeysuckle

In warm climates it grows upward, twisting around a support. In central Russia, it is grown as a trailing ground cover plant. Can climb low supports. In winter, the vine must be sheltered from frost.

Gokkrota Honeysuckle

The honeysuckle of Hekkrot is a hybrid of American and evergreen honeysuckle. This creeper has young shoots of red color. A distinctive feature of the honeysuckle of hackles is the color of the leaves. Rough leaves of a bluish shade are very decorative. This curly shrub is suitable for vertical gardening.

Planting honeysuckle in the garden

Plant honeysuckle immediately to a permanent place - she does not tolerate transplants. The place should be well lit. In the shade the shrub will grow, but you will not see abundant flowering. Honeysuckle also does not like drafts. When planting, immediately take care of the support so that the vine can develop well.

It is believed that honeysuckle can grow on any soil. But still in order for the plant to develop well, it requires a fertile soil, rather loose. The proximity of groundwater can cause honeysuckle roots to rot. If the earth is clay - take care of drainage.

Selection of planting material

Of great importance is the purchase of high-quality and healthy seedlings:

  1. Saplings of two-year-olds take root best. They are about 30 cm tall and taller, with 2–3 ramifications.
  2. The branches should be elastic, without dry crusts and damage.
  3. Pay attention to the bark - it should not be any specks and specks. Peeling shoots is possible - this is a feature of honeysuckle.
  4. Carefully inspect the roots. They must be healthy and well developed.

Sometimes honeysuckle seedlings are sold in shopping centers. Such seedlings are best bought not with an open root system, but in plastic containers. Fertilizers and growth stimulants are added to the substrate. These seedlings have intact roots, so they take root well.

Care for decorative honeysuckle

Young plants the first two years must be protected from winter frosts. Weaving branches should be removed from the supports (if the supports are non-removable) and covered for the winter with spruce leaves, fallen leaves or synthetic covering materials (for example, spunbond). In the future, shelter for honeysuckle is not required, it is quite frost resistant.

Caprifol is a moisture-loving vine. It should be watered abundantly and quite often. In the dry season, it is watered up to two times a week.

Honeysuckle does not like neighborhood with weeds, especially perennial. Do not forget to periodically carry out weeding around the bush. If the soil under the bush is not covered with mulch, then a couple of times a month it should be gently loosened.

Liana likes neutral acidity of the soil. Dilute 1 kg of ash in a bucket of water and water the plant in the fall.

In the first two years after planting, honeysuckle feeding is not required. Starting from the third year it is necessary to fertilize the vine.

For fertilizing, use organic or mineral fertilizers:

  1. In the spring, feed the liana with nitrogen fertilizers for a good build-up of foliage (bring rotted manure, humus, compost under the bush). You can water the bird droppings, diluted in water 1:10. Mineral fertilizers can use urea (20 g per 10 liters of water) or ammonium nitrate (30 g per 10 liters of water).
  2. In the summer feed Nitrofoskoy (20 g per bucket of water).
  3. In the fall, feed with double superphosphate and potassium salt (15 g for each bush).

Honeysuckle pruning is recommended in early spring, when sap flow has not yet begun. Pruning is necessary for the formation of the bush and the direction of the branches on the support. Cut the weak, damaged stems, leaving three sturdy stems. Trim the tops of these stems 1/3 the length.

Young plants do not need formative pruning, it is carried out starting from the sixth year of life. In the spring is carried out only sanitary pruning bush. Cut off the frozen ends of the shoots and dried branches. Sprinkle the slices with ashes or crushed tablets of activated charcoal.

Pest and disease protection

Pest Honeysuckle Kaprifol are:

To control pests, spray the plant with preparations of Decis, Inta-Vir (follow the instructions on the package). You can use folk remedies with strong odors - an infusion of wormwood, pepper, cinnamon, etc.

  • powdery mildew,
  • chalcosporosis,
  • tuberculosis,
  • mottling

Fitosporin, a microbiological preparation, fights with powdery mildew. Separate it strictly according to the instructions. Spraying do not spend on the sun, as beneficial bacteria will die. Processing is best done in cloudy weather or in the evening.

Against fungal infections, use 1% Bordeaux liquid or Aga-Peak.

If the plant is mottled, there is no way to deal with it. Completely remove the plant and burn it.

Honeysuckle transplant

Honeysuckle does not like transplants, it feels great in one place for more than a decade. But sometimes a situation arises when the plant needs to be transplanted. For example, a heavily overgrown bush begins to interfere with neighboring crops.

In Honeysuckle Kaprifol early flowering, so by August the development of the plant slows down and it begins preparing for winter. The best time for transplanting shrubs is mid-September.

To transplant honeysuckle to a new location, select a sunny site. Repot the shrub carefully undermining the shovel and move it to a new place with a clod of earth. Try to damage the roots as little as possible. Dig a hole for planting and carry out all the activities, such as drainage, fertilizing the soil and other procedures that are necessary when planting a seedling. Rules for planting honeysuckle seedlings, we discussed above.

Do not replant the vine near other garden crops, the distance between them should be at least 1.5 m.

Dig a landing hole to transplant honeysuckle to a new location.

Video: honeysuckle breeding

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Arbor of honeysuckle Kaprifol enchants with aroma and tenderness! Perennial liana which does not require care and shelter for the winter.

Julia Beauty

Trying to convey in words the beauty of this plant is not very grateful. Even in photographs, these flowers sometimes look dull and blurry, whereas in the flower garden they occupy one of the first places in beauty. I say this about the honeysuckle Kaprifol - a blossoming vine. I brought her to the garden and planted a small cutting. For two years she stood as an unprepossessing bush, I was disappointed ... In one of the very frosty winters, she froze out, I wanted to throw it away, but due to the spring planting fever, I forgot about it for a while ... And then, passing by, I saw at this place a sprout with a single flower, as if the plant was afraid that they want to be thrown away, and decided to please its owner. For three years, this sprout has turned into a luxuriously blooming creeper, which pleases the eye and in the twilight exudes an amazing delicate aroma. It grows in a sunny place, not capricious, not subject to attacks of pests, does not suffer from fungal diseases. When it blooms, the berries appear on it in a very beautiful color on the cache-leaf. Mature bush fear no frost. This is my husband's favorite, he is caring for her with love, he made support for her several years ago, and now he is only tying up the growing branches, and the plant, as if in gratitude, is flourishing more and more magnificently. Honeysuckle Kaprifol is one of the queens of my flower garden, it pleases us from early spring to late autumn. ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL. : bud


Honeysuckle Kaprifol, without requiring special attention, will decorate your garden for a long time. Plant this wonderful liana on your plot and enjoy its beauty and aroma!

Growing honeysuckle capricole

In nature, this vine is found in Central and Southern Europe, in the Caucasus.

It has a delicate aroma, which is enhanced in the evening. Differs in an unusual sitting form of flowers with prominent stamens, often differing in color from petals. Flowers are collected on 5-6 pieces together and grow from bosoms of leaves.

Leaves are leathery dense bluish-gray-gray below and dark green above, fused. Until late autumn the vine retains this color.

It blooms for a short time, but it is abundant for three to four weeks. Each flower lives three days. Fragrant flowers attract a lot of bees. After flowering bright red berries are formed.

Attention! Berries are poisonous and in no case can not be eaten.

Over the summer shoots of honeysuckle can grow up to two meters. Usually in a year the vine grows by 1 meter. They winter well. Even if shoots freeze slightly in harsh winters, they usually recover well.

Honeysuckle capricole can grow for more than 50 years and please you with flowering and decorativeness, until the winter itself leaves remain two-colored - gray and blue. It is very easy to reproduce.

Honeysuckle does not like transplants, so you need to immediately find a permanent place. She loves sunny places - the sun blooms better and more abundantly.

It is better to plant right next to the support - the walls of the building, the fence. Or build a pergola then so that the vine can grow upwards. It can stretch up to 5 meters in five years.

At the same time it grows not only upwards, but also in breadth. On the shoots of many small roots, which cling to the surface. Therefore, shoots take root easily.

They dig up the ground well before planting, moisten. To close large areas need to plant shoots with a large number of buds in the trench. So many young shoots will grow.

As already mentioned, honeysuckle capricole needs support, so you need to plant it near the walls, fences, or construct a support yourself. The higher the support, the higher the plant. In the garden, they usually grow to 4-5 meters.

Watering should be done regularly, honeysuckle likes water, and in a drought, increase watering.

After planting and rooting, after 2-3 weeks the seedlings are watered with fertilizer. Это может быть настой коровяка с золой. Или смесь навоза и минеральных удобрений. Азотные удобрения используют при посадке весной. Чтобы у растения были питательные вещества для сильного роста летом.In the second half of the summer, they feed up only with ash or complex fertilizer. Nitrogen fertilizers are no longer added.

You can immediately fill the pit with humus or well-swollen compost. Adult plants are also periodically fed with humus, compost, ash, or their mixture. Then the plants will delight you with rapid growth and abundant flowering.

Honeysuckle can be affected by fungal diseases that become visible on the leaves. They turn brown, covered with dark spots and dry up. For treatment and prevention it is necessary to spray bushes with copper sulphate or Bordeaux mixture. Better in early spring for the prevention of diseases to carry out such a spraying.

Rooting layering

This is the easiest way to reproduce honeysuckle, but you need to remember that only adult strong plants with many new shoots can be rooted this way.

You need to choose an escape near the ground, bend down and pin to the ground. Cover with earth part of the shoot and water. If you do this in the spring, then by the fall we will have a new shoot with the roots. You can separate it and put it in a permanent place. And you can leave a transplant until spring.

Reproduction by dividing the bush

This method is the same for all shrubs. It is necessary to undermine the base of the bush and chop off with a sharp shovel a part of the rhizome with branches. Then sprinkle the cut with coal, dry it and plant on the prepared area.

You can dig up the whole bush completely and split it with a sharp shovel. All sections are sprinkled with crushed coal.

Spring pruning honeysuckle, as correctly

Kidneys wake up late, so do not rush to trim the honeysuckle in the spring. Because you need to cut only spoiled, frozen branches, which will not give new buds and shoots.

Therefore, we are waiting for the emergence of buds and carefully cut off the excess shoots.

In order to stimulate the formation of lateral shoots, after reaching the desired height by the liana, they cut off the crown at the main trunk.

Honeysuckle Capricole: species description

Currently, honeysuckle is represented by a huge variety of species and varieties. In total, there are about two hundred. Conventionally, varieties are divided into three groups:

If you select those varieties that are suitable for home cultivation, then no more than 10 species are available. Shrub and climbing specimens are especially in great demand, including honeysuckle honeysuckle. This type is used for registration a variety of parts of the plot, including:

Gardeners appreciate this variety. due to the high decoration and lack of difficulty in the care. Abundant foliage, beautiful fruit and wonderful aroma can transform any territory beyond recognition. To make sure that such a plant should appear on your site in the near future, just look at how it looks in the photo.

Representatives of the type capricoleum belong to the group of climbing vines. When growing at home, the flower grows shrubs and is distinguished by beautiful pale green leaves with 50-millimeter buds of various colors.

Most often, the bush is presented in such tones:

In a particularly intense flowering of honeysuckle begins in the summer, when the bush comes from a fabulous aroma. By the way, in the evening the magical fragrance only increases. Representatives of the species have far protruding stamens, which form group bunches of 5-6 pieces in one. The honeysuckle flowering period lasts no more than three weeks, after which the floral elements bloom. If you take one flower and place it in a vase, then it will only be able to stand for 3 days and then wither.

A blooming handsome man is an excellent honey plant.because Stunning aroma from flowers strongly attracts bees. The fruits of honeysuckle as its further development acquire a bright red color.

In one season, the vine grows up to two meters in height, and the life expectancy reaches 30 years. The shrub freely tolerates low temperatures, so it is quite possible to grow it in the Moscow region. Honeysuckle leaves that turn blue-green are of particular decorative value.

Honeysuckle Capricole: planting and care, breeding at home

Looking at the photo, you can understand that Honeysuckle Capricole is considered a very beautiful ornamental planttherefore, its presence in the garden will significantly emphasize the taste and style of the owners of the site.

Moreover, such an exotic resident is distinguished by unpretentious temper and endurance for various diseases. In this regard, more and more beginning flower growers are thinking about growing crops at home.

It is known that all the features of flower care are only in arranging a good backwater for the formation of a climbing bush. If this possibility is absent, it is enough to plant honeysuckle near the walls of the house or gazebo. For support, you can use any vertical surface, which will be distributed culture. With proper care, the garden vine can grow to 4-5 meters in height in 5 years from the time of planting.

Honeysuckle shoots have tiny rootswhich are able to cling to any rough structures. In the absence of reliable support, the branches begin to spread out in breadth, so the process of further development occurs without difficulty.

Planting honeysuckle honeysuckle in open ground in early spring. The quality of planting materials determine the effectiveness of the upcoming growth of the bush in the future. Liana reacts poorly to frequent transplants, so it is better to pre-select a suitable site for permanent residence. When looking for a suitable soil composition, pay attention to loose, well-moistened soil. If the cuttings are provided with proper care, then soon they will turn into young saplings, and then into an indispensable decoration for the landscape design of your territory.

If planting occurs through the holethen in a short time the newly-made shoots will start to form a shrub. Trench planting is carried out with the arrangement of vertical gardening. It is known that the vine grows well with abundant lighting, so this feature needs to be given key attention. The pomp and abundance of flowering depends on the light, so planting a bush on shaded areas is impossible.

Useful tips and care instructions can be found on the Internet, where they are represented by a large number of video and photo materials.

Features feeding honeysuckle

And although the honeysuckle capricole does not need enhanced care, the observance of some rules and recommendations will positively affect the further development of the decorative vine. One of the valuable tips is in regular plant nutrition with special fertilizersthat will give the plant the opportunity to actively develop and delight the eyes of others with its unsurpassed beauty.

For top dressing it is better to use the following fertilizers:

  • humus from manure,
  • organic and mineral complexes,
  • trace elements
  • peat,

The above ingredients can be combined with the substrate, after which suitable planting material is planted there. When grown in a well-fed soil, the first shoots can be seen in late May or early June. By the way, in one year of life the length of young shoots reaches two meters.

Further dressings are meant for prophylactic purposes and improving growth activity. A two-three-year-old bush responds well to the use of fertilizers based on nitrogen or potassium. Also, vegetable complexes prepared on their own are not bad.

For example, some gardeners dig a special compost pit on the territory, where they dump all sorts of waste of plant origin. Then they are interspersed with peat and used as a highly efficient peat compost to feed horticultural crops.

Propagation of honeysuckle from seeds, cuttings and layering

Propagate decorative liana can be in different ways. One of the most popular is the seminal. Reproduction of honeysuckle seeds is the best way to get a beautiful flowering shrub in a short time. For the successful implementation of the task, you need to choose a suitable planting material, wait until it takes roots, and then plant it in a suitable substrate. No less popular is the method of reproduction by layering and cuttings.

Planting cuttings made in the springin summer or autumn. In the latter case, the strongest cuttings are selected for planting, 10-15 centimeters long. They must have at least 4-5 eyes. After choosing a suitable planting material, it remains to land it in a prepared substrate with good moisture and friability. On the surface, you need to leave only 1 kidney, and sprinkle all the rest. Further it is necessary to carefully soil the soil with the help of leaves.

When propagating by cuttings in the summer, the planting procedure should begin in late July, when the plant finally fades. For action, choose cuttings with two internodes, from which the lower leaves are removed. Ready planting material is placed in a greenhouse and stored protected from the aggressive effects of direct sunlight. The optimal distance between the cuttings is 15-25 centimeters, and the depth at which the seedlings are placed is 2-3 centimeters. For more productive development of the cuttings, it is better to cover with glass, which is removed as new leaves appear.

Rapidly developing kidneys should be moistened daily, several times. In winter, they can be mulched with a layer of peat, after which it remains to wait for the spring transplant to the open ground. Seed honeysuckle reproduction - a rather complicated process, and especially if the planting product was procured by its own efforts. Selection of seeds is carried out immediately after flowering honeysuckle, that is, at the end of July. Selected seeds should be thoroughly washed, dried and placed in a dry place. In February, they can be mixed with a wet substrate and refrigerated for 2 months. Only after that, you can start sowing in open ground.

Features trimming and formation of the bush

If you intend to beautifully decorate your landscape design using the above-mentioned garden creepers, pay due attention to formative pruning of honeysuckle. In addition, such an action is a good prevention of various diseases, and sometimes is included in the complex treatment of any problems.

To make a curly bush look attractive, he needs to ensure the correct pruning. Otherwise, the plant will never become a good decoration and will grow in a chaotic manner. A key feature of the successful development of a beautiful shrub is the correct choice of supports. It should be strong and high.

Very often gardeners use wooden or metal structures, and sometimes they manage with a regular nylon mesh. To give the liana proper shape, you need to independently send in the right direction. Growth and development of shoots occur very quickly, so the correct formation of a well-groomed species should occupy one of the key places in the list of features of care.

If honeysuckle grows to a certain height, its top can be clipped. This procedure will be a good stimulation for the rapid growth of lateral shoots. In most cases, creeper-like creeper vines often shed the lower leaves, which is why experts recommend planting stunted plants near them to hide a similar defect.

It is known that honeysuckle has a lot of useful properties and unique features. The leaves, flowers and stems of vines contain many valuable substances that are used to prepare decoctions and tinctures that can be a good way to prevent and treat many diseases.

Given the number of such healing properties, honeysuckle can be not only a beautiful addition to landscape design, but also a useful medicinal plant.


Compositions based on decorative creeper honeysuckle honeysuckle look simply irresistible. This is confirmed by numerous photos and examples of finished compositions. A beautiful well-groomed plant will be able to transform your landscape design beyond recognition, making it truly stylish and elegant. However, in order for the planted bush to become truly original, it needs to provide proper care and care. Fortunately, such activities are in compliance with simple recommendations and highlights. Otherwise, nature will do everything by itself, without your participation.

Honeysuckle Capricole in landscape design

Honeysuckle capricole is most often used for vertical gardening: it is decorated with arbors, arches, camouflage barriers and unattractive buildings. Planted along the fence, it becomes a decorative hedge. Perfectly combines the plant with flowering shrubs (moth, deyenii, veigela, climbing roses) and coniferous plants.