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Lonicera: Honeysuckle

Honeysuckles are some of the easiest and most generous vines to grow. Many are fragrant and grow well in partial shade, too! Brushwood does not offer or recommend planting Japanese Honeysuckle.
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  1. Lonicera periclymenum var. serotina Florida

    Lonicera periclymenum var. serotina Florida


    Lonicera periclymenum var. serotina Florida is a magnificent plant to behold, the rich reddish purple buds open to reveal creamy fragrant flowers that mature to a golden yellow. A very steady bloomer from midsummer until fall and a compact plant, too. Hardy and easy to grow. Learn More
  2. Lonicera Major Wheeler

    Lonicera Major Wheeler


    A beautiful native climber with bountiful clusters of rich red flowers all summer! Hummingbirds adore it; you will, too! Learn More
  3. Lonicera sempervirens Superba

    Lonicera sempervirens Superba


    A superb selection of the species with brilliant orange flowers. Hummingbirds zoom to this native twiner! Learn More
  4. Lonicera Toison d'Or

    Lonicera Toison d'Or


    A lovely yellow honeysuckle for colder climates, where 'John Clayton' may not thrive. Golden yellow flowers throughout summer. A Dropmore Scarlet sport. Learn More
  5. Lonicera tragophylla

    Lonicera tragophylla


    Lonicera tragophylla is a stunning Honeysuckle for its beautiful yellow and gold flowers that can reach 3 inches each in clusters of a dozen or more flowers per stem tip. The color is very well complemented by the large, clean blue-green foliage. As is that weren't enough, the outsides of the buds are often blushing red! A mature plant in full bloom is such a site to behold! Still not convinced? This vine is very shade tolerant, too! Gotta get one! Learn More
  6. Lonicera Clay Hills

    Lonicera Clay Hills


    I grew up in a family of plant lovers and gardeners. For decades I've known that we had a "family vine" and felt remiss being in the business of growing vines and never having seen it. Two years ago, my Aunt Barbara was kind enough to send me some stems. We rooted some cuttings of it and grew them out. It has turned out to be a very pretty honeysuckle with glowing orange-red flowers over nice, clean foliage. I've named it for the family farm outside Baltimore where my grandmother grew up. It was found there in a fence row. Prune as desired. Learn More
  7. Lonicera Munster

    Lonicera Munster


    Pink buds open into delightfully fragrant cream-colored flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Very floriferous! Learn More
  8. Lonicera Belgica

    Lonicera Belgica


    Lonicera periclymenum Belgica blooms from late spring through early summer. Its pleasingly fragrant flowers are a lovely rose red outside with creamy yellow throats. Begins blooming a couple of weeks before serotina Florida. Learn More
    Lonicera Pam's Pink

    Lonicera Pam's Pink

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    Pam's Pink Honeysuckle is a gem of a garden find introduced by Greg Grant of the Stephen F Austin University. Named for the gardener Pam Puryear, it is likely an x Americana hybrid which is not actually native but is well mannered and not known to be invasive in the US. It take a wide range of conditions quite well and can even handle high pH soils. Learn More
  10. Lonicera John Clayton

    Lonicera John Clayton


    Native to the eastern and southern US, John Clayton came from the mountains of Virginia and features bluish green, semi-evergreen foliage and large clusters of bright yellow flowers in late spring through summer that will attract hummingbirds to your garden! As a bonus it has brilliant orange berries in the late summer and fall! Can bloom up to frost. Learn More
  11. Lonicera Americana

    Lonicera Americana


    A wonderful plant, but not a native as the name might suggest. Americana is actually a European hybrid with loads of fragrant flowers that start as pink buds and open to creamy insides which fade to pale yellow. Lustrous blue-green foliage is semi-evergreen. Easy and very vigorous! Lonicera caprifolium L. x Lonicera etrusca Santi. Learn More
    Lonicera Cedar Lane

    Lonicera Cedar Lane


    Pretty rich red flowers form in clusters on this hummingbird magnet. Learn More
  13. Lonicera Harlequin

    Lonicera Harlequin


    This variegated selection of Lonicera periclymenum has soft pink and cream flowers rather than the bright rose and yellow of the species. Harlequin's blue-green foliage is highlighted with creamy white and provides a lovely background for the pink flowers. Learn More
  14. Lonicera sempervirens

    Lonicera sempervirens


    A beautiful native with orange tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds. The berries are lovely and feed songbirds, too! Easy to grow and non-invasive. Learn More
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