Does anyone know what flower this is? Its on the swedish west coast

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    pauo27pauo27
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    christyChristy
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    Oh I think I know this, it looks like some kind of honeysuckle. It’s in the Lonicera family.

    Plantnet says it’s Lonicera periclymenum, it’s the common European honeysuckle. Seems you’ve found a yellow-flowered variety! Love how it starts out pink and then switches to white and yellow.

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    lizzieolizzieo
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    This plant looks very much like a honeysuckle to me .. although some people consider it to be an invasive weed, it is highly prized in my garden .. it attracts bees butterflies and hummingbirds .. it requires trellising to keep it from trailing all over the ground and choking out other plants ,and when it is trellised, can reach heights  of 15-20 feet..

     

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    christyChristy
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    That’s true, @lizzieo. It’s really a plant that wildlife loves, isn’t it?

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