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According to legend, Tristan carved a message to Yseult on a branch covered in honeysuckle, signifying the inseparable nature of their love. Today it is offered as a sign of loyalty, eternal affection, deep ties and devotion.
Honeysuckle comes from China. Its name in French means “goats’ leaf” because it climbs everywhere like goats. Its vines are fearless, taking over wrought iron fences and big stone walls with charm.
Refreshing and yet warm at the same time, its honey like accents mingle with the sun-drenched notes of sap. A rush of luminous transparency, it dazzles like the brightest, most beautiful day’s rays. Everything about it is generous: its leaves, its blossoms and its fragrance.