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Everyone recognizes the sweet fragrance of the trumpet-shaped Honeysuckle bloom, making it a great addition to any garden or landscape. It attracts wildlife with its brightly-colored blossoms. This beauty grows in nearly every state in the U.S.A. Because of its versatility and abundance, growing and caring for Honeysuckle is easy. Honeysuckle can be grown as a ground cover but performs best when trained to grow on a sturdy fence, post or trellis.
About this Variety
Honeysuckle Pink produces lovely pinkish-red blooms that attract hummingbirds to the summer garden.
- Perfect for trellises, arbors, fences or mailboxes
- Easy to grow
- Beneficial to pollinators; attracts hummingbirds
- Returns and blooms year after year
- Can be grown as a ground cover
Full sun to partial shade
Summer to Fall
Grows 10-20' tall
Plant 2-3' apart, 1-2" deep
Grow as Perennial in zones 4-9, Grow as Annual elsewhere.
Plant Honeysuckle in spring after the danger of frost has passed in a full sun to partially shaded location in well draining soil. Soil preparation: Amend soil with compost to aid in drainage and to give the vine some nutrition to help with root development. Planting: Dig a hole in a well-draining location. Place vine in hole so that the root ball is level within the bed. Cover with soil and tamp down to remove air pockets. Watering: Water thoroughly at planting. While actively growing, water frequently and thoroughly so that water will reach the roots. Mulching: Mulch to keep the soil cool and to prevent the soil from drying out.
Honeysuckle blooms on the previous year's growth so you can leave it be or trim back.