Spectacular honeysuckle for the hummingbirds!
Honey Coral is an All Native Selection of Honeysuckle. A twining, climbing vine that will make a beautiful cover over fences, trellises, and arbors. It can be trained to become a structure or used in a hanging basket. The flowers are 2” long tubular, bright red to orange-red flowers. Showy blooms that have an extended blooming season which attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Flowers may be followed by inedible red berries in autumn. Honey Coral can be grown in the Eastern U.S.., form Connecticut southward to Central Florida and west to Texas. It’s not aggressive like the closely related, non Japanese Honeysuckle
Habitat: Rich hammocks, sand hills, open woodlands and thicket.
Hardiness Zone: 4-10
Light: Full sun, partial shade, partial sun
Mature Growth: 3 feet high – 4 feet wide
Soil: Average, fertile, humus, well drained
Blooms: Spring & Fall
Wildlife: Flowers are attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies and bees
Plant Size when available: 1 gallon Plants may be prune for shipping and ship in 1 gallon grow bag.