Halls Japanese Honeysuckle Vine - 5 for $21.69
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- CT, IL, MA, MD, ME, VT, WI
- Halls Japanese Honeysuckle Vines-Lonicera japonica Hardy Planting Zones- 4-10 Sun or Shade – Full Sun to Partial Shade Mature Height - 20-30' Mature Width- 20' Bloom Season – Spring-Summer Gardener Status- Beginner
Halls Honeysuckle - Lonicera Japonica
Halls Honeysuckle has the most sensual scent. This plant is edible and sweet to the taste. It attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. It is the most intriguing to the senses in the spring months of the year. This plant has yellow and white blooms and can be used to stop erosion and help to keep the landscape where it needs to be. This plant can also be used to grow on fences, trellises, or any other structure where it can thrive freely. Having this plant close to home will also enhance the senses, as the smell is beautiful and sweet. This plant is not hard to care for and will not need a lot of attention to keep it full and lush looking. It can tolerate the most extreme heat and a moderate drought. This plant blooms in the spring and hangs around until frost. It will adapt to almost any soil. Several countries use this for detox, inflammation, infections, headache and runny noses. In China, this plant is even used to treat snakebites. This is a great ornamental plant, and the flowers are the most striking feature. The combinations of yellows and whites against the dark green foliage make this vine become a dominant feature in the landscape or garden area reasonably quickly. This vine can also be trained to grow in the shape of a hedge if so desired. It produces so carefully and is so thick that it can even act as a natural privacy hedge. Hall’s Honeysuckle is a wonderful vine with yellow and white flowers that adds an enjoyable fragrance in the summertime to your landscape. This is a very hardy plant and fast growing that will quickly cover a bank or area for ground cover, even if there is barren soil, sun or shade. If planted at the base of a trellis, the growth will cover it in one to two seasons, and the smell is terrific. This sweet aroma is also a favorite among hummingbirds, so step back and watch them swarm to reap its nectar. Makes a beautiful, fast and fragrant addition to your landscape.