Honeysuckle, L onicera perichymenum, also called wild honeysuckle, is a liana-like meandering shrub. It grows in woods and scrub but most prominently on lean soils. Honeysuckle sprouts willingly on good or bad soil and always tries to find something to climb up. You can typically find it in an oak scrub where there is plenty of light.
The flowers of the bush are large and light yellow to reddish and are shaped like an approximately 2-3 cm long crown tube. The flower is almost odorless during the day but strongly fragrant in the evening, where it attracts long-billed night butterflies, which with their long proboscis can reach down to the honey.
Honeysuckle (common goat leaf) is common in Denmark.
Flowering time is long from July to October.
The art print is printed on heavy paper and measures 29.7 x 21 cm. Fits with the print of Thistle.