Honeysuckle Vine

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Hummingbirds adore honeysuckle vine, and after growing one you will, too. These easy-care climbers offer attractive clusters of blooms in a wide range of shades. The tube-shape flowers look great mixed in with a variety of shrubs, perennials, and annuals.

Honeysuckle Vine Overview

Genus Name Lonicera
Common Name Honeysuckle Vine
Plant Type Vine
Light Sun
Height 20 to 20 feet
Width null to 25 feet
Flower Color Pink, Red, White
Foliage Color Chartreuse/Gold
Season Features Fall Bloom, Summer Bloom
Special Features Attracts Birds, Fragrance, Low Maintenance
Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Propagation Seed, Stem Cuttings

Varieties of Honeysuckle Vine

Common Honeysuckle Vine


Lonicera periclymenum bears strongly fragrant white or pink flowers from mid- to late summer. It also provides birds with colorful red fruits. It climbs to 25 feet. Plant in zones 5-9.

'Dropmore Scarlet' Honeysuckle Vine


Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet' bears slightly fragrant crimson-red flowers all summer long. It climbs to 12 feet. Plant in zones 4-9.

'Gold Flame' Honeysuckle Vine


Lonicera 'Gold Flame' is a strongly growing vine with fragrant yellow flowers all summer. It climbs to 15 feet. Plant in zones 6-9.

Yellow Honeysuckle Vine


Lonicera sempervirens f. sulphurea bears clusters of golden-yellow flowers throughout the summer and into fall. The blooms are followed by attractive red fruits. It climbs to 12 feet. Plant in zones 4-9.

Garden Plans for Honeysuckle Vine

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