Plants By Type
Winter honeysuckle is a wonderful plant that can grow to be as long as twenty-four feet. It thrives in areas that offer moist and well-drained soils and also full sunlight and partially shaded areas. It normally blooms during the spring months, and the flowers give a wonderful fragrance. They also attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds because of the nectar they produce. The flowers usually appear in white and yellow. They are also known as Fragrant Honeysuckle, January Jasmine and also Sweet Breath of Spring. They do great and grows well on fences and trellises. They also produce small berries that are loved by small wildlife. These plants are wonderful and offer the sweetest smelling fragrance when they are in bloom. They have flowers that look like small trumpets and they are also great because the sweet nectar can be tasted by pulling the blossom and pulling out the center of the flower. These are beautiful when trained to grow on a trellis or arbor in a garden or natural area. They are very easy to grow as they can be found growing wild at the edges of wooded and forest areas. They love to be planted in climate zones four through eight and are also known as Lonicera Fragrantissima by the botanical name. These vines are gorgeous and provide beautiful color when they are blooming and also a very dainty and delicate look as they grow. These are very popular when planting a large garden area and also brings lots of nature into a garden.