Looking up – Scramblers for summer: A plant that can scramble up through another and use it as a support can add another dimension of colour and scent to your garden. Honeysuckle is not small but it is divine. I love its multi coloured trumpet flowers, there is no scent like it, and insects love it. On the downside it has taken a long time to mature and flower regularly in my garden. It also grows like a train, if growing through another plant it needs to be matched with size and vigour. Mine is fighting it out with a holly on one side and viburnum on the other. The happiest solution is to grow it through a native hedge where it can be cut back after flowering.