Hall's Honeysuckle

 

Lonicera japonica "halliana"

 

Caprifoliaceae

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Form: Vine

Seasonality: Evergreen in mild climates
Size: 30 feet
Leaves; Oval deep green leaves with brown backs

Flowers: White two lipped; fragrant; spring-summer, turning yellow with age.
Fruit: Seed
Stems/Trunks: Meandering and twining
Range/Origin: Eastern Asia
Hardiness: Sunset zones 1 -24, H1, H2, 28o F
Comments: Some litter, No thorns

 

CULTURAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Exposure: Full to partial sun
  • Water: Regular to moderate
  • Soil: Tolerates poor soils, must be well drained
  • Propagation: Seed, cuttings
  • Maintenance: Some; prune to contain size

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