Japanese honeysuckle - 12-18"
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- CT, IL, MA, MD, ME, VT, WI
- 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
Japanese Honeysuckle Vine - Lonicera Japonica
The Japanese Honeysuckle is a twining vine that grows in zones 4-11. It is increasing rapidly and can reach heights of up to 33 feet or more in trees. This ornamental vine grows best in weakly acidic soil and full to partial sun. The vanilla-scented, tubular flowers bloom from April to August. They open a soft white and fade to a creamy yellow color. They produce sweet tasting nectar.
Japanese Honeysuckle Vines are a woody evergreen vine with distinctive trumpet-shaped, double-tongued flowers. This variety is mainly sweet-smelling, and in blooming season growers can expect its flowers to meld from white to pale yellow. The Honeysuckle Vine is a prolific climber, proliferating that it can be challenging to manage. When allowed to grow over a fence, it can offer just as much obstruction and privacy as a pure hedge plant. The sweet scent and nectar of its flowers is sure to draw in many natural pollinators and does offer winter forage for deer and other forest animals. This is a lovely plant, and they can grow to become up to twenty-five feet long. These vines are spectacular as they produce and provide beautiful flowers that are loved by bees, butterflies and also a variety of small birds. They usually bloom during the spring and bloom on into the fall months. These vines are beautiful when added to garden areas and grow great when trained to build on a trellis, and they can also take a fence over and bring life to all lawns and garden areas. The flowers on this plant are gorgeous, and they also carry lots of colors. They are great when planted in full and partial sunlight and can also adjust to a variety of soils but prefers moist and well drained. This vine can sometimes be seen growing at the edge of wooded and forest areas. They can appear in orange, yellow and also a pinkish color as they bloom.