Plants By Type
Honeysuckle Vine - Lonicera japonica
Honeysuckle Vine Plant is perfect for planting in climate zones four through nine. This plant will be between four and six feet long. It will need to be planted in either full sunlight to partial shade environments to reach its potential. This plant is not especially sensitive when it comes to soil conditions and can thrive in a number of compositions with ease. These vines can grow to be around six feet long and also grow well when planted and trained to grow on fences and trellises. They usually bloom during the spring and summer months and the blooms they produce have a wonderful and sweet fragrance to them. They also are great to attract bees, butterflies and beautiful hummingbirds to an area or garden. These vines are gorgeous when grown and can be found growing out along a wooded area. Its botanical name is Lonicera Japonica. During the spring and mid-summer months, this plant will come alive with white and yellow blooms. These blooms smell absolutely delicious and are even edible. They have a sweet taste and can even be used to deal with anything from a headache to a mild snakebite. It is also good for detoxing your system and dealing with inflammation issues. This vine can also be trained to form a small bush if a vine is not desired. It will do well in just about any environment and will not need a lot of maintenance from the owner to make it a successful and productive member of the garden.