The Berries Gallery:

Late Summer/Early Autumn portrait of
Serotina Honeysuckle Berries

   

Serotina honeysuckle

   

Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina Florida' shown here in September is
semi-evergreen further south, but largely deciduous in the northwest.
It flowers throughout summer & will still have a few new flower
appearing early in autumn.


Honeysuckle fruit

The bright berries will start appearing by late July as shown here.
For some while there'll be berries right alongside flowers. A clump of
'Marshall's Delight' Bee Balm
can be seen blooming purple in the background.


Honeysuckle fruit

There'll still be some flowering up to September, & the fruits
will be vibrant right into October, when this shot was taken.
By November the fruit will be blackening if not eaten by birds.


For more about our this honeysuckle vine, see the primary
Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina Florida' page


Continue to the Next Page of the Berries Gallery.

   



[Garden Indexes: What's New]
[Shade Perennials] — [Ferns]
[Sun Perennials] — [ Sun-garden Herbs]
[Hardy Geraniums & Heucheras] — [Creepers & Vines]
[Monkshoods & Delphiniums]
[Bulbs & Corms] — [Jack-in-the-Pulpits]
[Evergreen Trees] — [Deciduous Trees]
[Rhododendrons, Azaleas, & Camellias]
[Evergreen Shrubs — [Deciduous Shrubs]
[Succulents] — [Miscellaneous]

[Species Index] — [GIFT SHOP ]
[Write to Paghat] — [Home]

   

copyright by Paghat the Ratgirl