Hall's Honeysuckle Vines

Honeysuckle

Halls Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica)
Halls Honeysuckle Lonicera japonica is a species of Asian honeysuckle sold in American nurseries under the name, Halls honeysuckle, or merely Japanese honeysuckle. This hearty plant can thrive in any number of climates and planting conditions. Halls honeysuckle is often used to cover ground, or for aesthetic reasons due to its strong, pleasant fragrance. Also, the flowers of this species can be used for other purposes, making this a versatile.

Characteristics of Halls Honeysuckle

Halls honeysuckle is a vine plant that can twine around trees or trellises. The vines can climb to over thirty feet if given an adequate foundation to grow on. Halls honeysuckle will grow just as well on even ground, spreading out over bare spots in a yard or flowerbed.

In Spring, flowers blooming from this species are white or yellow with no other color deviation. The blooms produce a sweet-smelling scent reminiscent of vanilla, or, sometimes described as honey-like. The fragrance is strong and can be smelled from a distance of several hundred yards. This scent attracts numerous bees that help pollinate a garden. Hummingbirds and butterflies are also known to be attracted to the honeysuckle fragrance.

Halls honeysuckle also bears fruit. The berries are round and greenish-black in color. It is important to note that the berries are not edible, except for a few species of birds.

 

Honeysuckle vines are fantastic, and they offer a pleasant sweet fragrance when they are in bloom. They bring lots of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to the plant with the lovely yellow and white flowers that appear. It will also thrive in various soils and can also do great when soils are moist. It is great to train to grow on fences and even on trellises for a garden area and also grows to be thick and dense. It is often found growing wild along the edge of wooded and forest areas.

 

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Honeysuckle

Halls Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica)
Halls Honeysuckle Lonicera japonica is a species of Asian honeysuckle sold in American nurseries under the name, Halls honeysuckle, or merely Japanese honeysuckle. This hearty plant can thrive in any number of climates and planting conditions. Halls honeysuckle is often used to cover ground, or for aesthetic reasons due to its strong, pleasant fragrance. Also, the flowers of this species can be used for other purposes, making this a versatile.

Characteristics of Halls Honeysuckle

Halls honeysuckle is a vine plant that can twine around trees or trellises. The vines can climb to over thirty feet if given an adequate foundation to grow on. Halls honeysuckle will grow just as well on even ground, spreading out over bare spots in a yard or flowerbed.

In Spring, flowers blooming from this species are white or yellow with no other color deviation. The blooms produce a sweet-smelling scent reminiscent of vanilla, or, sometimes described as honey-like. The fragrance is strong and can be smelled from a distance of several hundred yards. This scent attracts numerous bees that help pollinate a garden. Hummingbirds and butterflies are also known to be attracted to the honeysuckle fragrance.

Halls honeysuckle also bears fruit. The berries are round and greenish-black in color. It is important to note that the berries are not edible, except for a few species of birds.

 

Honeysuckle vines are fantastic, and they offer a pleasant sweet fragrance when they are in bloom. They bring lots of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to the plant with the lovely yellow and white flowers that appear. It will also thrive in various soils and can also do great when soils are moist. It is great to train to grow on fences and even on trellises for a garden area and also grows to be thick and dense. It is often found growing wild along the edge of wooded and forest areas.

 

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Min Purchase Qty: 100 units
This plant cannot be shipped to: CT, IL, MA, MD, ME, NH, WV, VT, WI
Description: 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