This deciduous climber is perfectly positioned up against a wall. Twining stems carry heavily perfumed tubular, two-lipped blooms that dried or fresh can be used as a tisane, generally taken for its medicinal rather than culinary qualities. Flowers have a sweet edible nectar that can be sucked from the base right after picking. Best avoided are the berries, which in most cases are poisonous.

  • Conditions

    Well-drained, Moist, Fertile
  • Position

    Full Sun / Part Shade
  • Harvest

    July – August