Honeysuckle

Latin Name:

Lonicera periclymenum

Manx Name:

Ullaagagh

Season:

June - August

Locations where this species is found:
Maughold, Archallagan, Fleshwick

Honeysuckle is usually a garden plant, but it can also be found in the wild. It is also known as "woodbine".

In herbal medicine, honeysuckle was once used as a cure for jaundice. Its berries are toxic and contain hydrogen cyanide, but unlikely to be dangerous in small quantities.

The Manx name for honeysuckle is "Ullaagagh".
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