Lonicera x americana (American woodbine; American honeysuckle)
A prolifically flowering honeysuckle in spring and autumn that really should be in every garden. Can be grown as a climber with the support of a trellis or as a shrub, allowing the long canes to arch and create a rounded plant. It lacks tendrils or suckers to grip a trellis, so works particularly well as a shrub honeysuckle. Bright pink buds open to softer pink flowers or an apricot coloured flower. Highly fragrant. Canes can reach 2.5-3m long, but can be trimmed after flowering to reduce size. Full sun is best although tolerates part shade.