Honeysuckles are widely grown climbers, ranking in popularity with clematis and jasmines. Like the latter, many have highly fragrant flowers and are valued for this alone, but the blooms also make a colorful display in the summer. They have a very formal habit of growth, making them ideally suited to cottage and country gardens, where they could be grown with old-fashioned flowers and other plants, such as old roses. Try growing them with climbing roses and let them intertwine for some really stunning effects, although bear in mind that pruning of both may then be more difficult. Owners of more modern gardens should also consider growing honeysuckles as they will not look out of place. They are a twiner type climber. Be sure to plant from February to April. They flower from May until September.