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Having such packed, tiny leaves on long stems, makes the Shrubby Honeysuckle a very full and dense species of hedging. The Lonicera nitida, if you are lucky, can boast tiny, scented creamy-white flowers that will develop into purple-blue berries in the autumn (this will more likely happen when you have had a good summer). Though a lot of people may not recognise the name, the Shrubby Honeysuckle is a very popular hedge, and the similar appearance to the Box hedge can easily make the Honeysuckle a great alternative if you are suffering from Box Blight.
The Lonicera nitida loves a sunny or partially shaded site and can even tolerate deeper shade. It will not grow well if put in overly wet soils, exposed seaside, or very windy sites, but it will tolerate most soils elsewise.
That all being said, being such an simple hedge to maintain, the Shrubby Honeysuckle is the ideal plant for any inexperienced gardener looking for something easy to grow.