The Californian Pink Honeysuckle - ideal for drier, sunnier or shady conditions, where a lot of the more familiar types tend to get mildew. The pink flowers are produced sporadically through the summer and into autumn. The foliage is rounded and somewhat fuzzy and, in the population from which these seeds were collected (thanks Dennis), marked with irregular maroon-black blotches, especially when young.
Some individuals have completely blackened foliage which I find rather striking, but I understand that not everyone will agree. Please let me know if you'd prefer a specimen with more or less black leaves.
1L pots ~ £7