‘Woodbine’ by Jo Haslam

Woodbine Our honeysuckle’s broken loose, hangs free of the wall, sends out suckers and side shoots rooting itself where it chooses; lonicera, common woodbine, no-one knows why it twines clockwise; but cut back hard to the woody stem its questing tips probe out again spiral round a fence or gate;of all our plants the most tenacious – it flowers twice a pink and cream mass … Continue reading ‘Woodbine’ by Jo Haslam