Luxuriously sweet, this bell-shaped flower stores ambrosial nectar within its bulb, ready to harvest by those in the know. Victorian girls were not allowed to bring honeysuckle into the home because it was believed to cause dreams that were far too risqué for their delicate sensibilities.
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A: This is a liquid fragrance, not the actual plant :). That said, I have honeysuckle growing up my porch and it climbs quite nicely. There are climbing and bush varieties. Be careful though, it is an invasive plant.