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Japanese Honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica

 

Common Name: Honeysuckle

Type: vine

Family: Caprifoliaceae

Zone: 4 to 9     Find Your Zone

Height: 15 to 30 feet

Width: 15 to 30 feet

Bloom Time: June to October

Bloom Color: white and yellow

Sun exposure: Full sun to partial shade

Soil: well drained

Leaves: deciduous

 

Japanese Honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica is also a very invasive vine that is often found in some nurseries and garden centers. It has adapted to be able to survive in full sun and heavy shade. If not controlled, it will grow under and through all of your other bushes, making removal impossible. It is very adaptable to different soil types, showing that this plant is not really safe to plant much of anywhere. It too has landed itself of most everyone’s invasive species list and has worked its way onto my top 10 most invasive landscape plant list. 


If you are looking for a better option, for a less invasive vine, check out The 7 best climbing outdoor vines post.



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Posted 2015-07-30T16:56:48+0000  by Ingar_HD_ATL Ingar_HD_ATL
 
 

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