Halls Honeysuckle

Halls Honeysuckle

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Halls Japanese Honeysuckle Vines-Lonicera japonica Hardy Planting Zones- 4-10 Sun or Shade – Full Sun to Partial Shade Mature Height - 20-30' Mature Width- 20' Bloom Season – Spring-Summer Gardener Status- Beginner

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Halls Honeysuckle vines are amazing when they are in bloom.

They have small flowers that are in the shape of little trumpets and appear in yellow and white. They can grow to be up to twenty-four feet long and also ten to twenty-four feet wide. These plant does great when planted in moist and well-drained soil conditions and also in full sunlight and partial shade. They grow well in climate zones three through seven. The foliage on these plants appears in a bluish green color. They can sometimes be found growing wild at the edge of wooded areas and have a sweet fragrance to them. Halls Honeysuckle Lonicera Japonica has the most intoxicating, sensual scent. This plant will kidnap your mind from outside obstacles with its extravagant beauty. Treat your taste buds to a tiny bit of edible, sweet luxury. Enhance your garden and property with a plant that surely attracts welcoming hummingbirds, dancing butterflies and a loving family of bees. Halls Honeysuckle is the most intriguing to the senses in the spring. Savor it's alluring yellow and white bloom with your eyes.

Lonicera Japonica can be used as a ground cover to prevent erosion, used on fences, trellises, or anywhere its succulent fragrance can be relished. This plant is exceptionally low maintenance. It can tolerate extreme heat and mild drought. No need to worry of infuriating insects or diseases. This plant is effervescent from spring until frost. It will adapt to a wide range of soils. It can tolerate light shade, which is convenient around the home. This plant gives way to blackberries which bloom starting in late summer. Many countries use this flower as medicinal practices. It is used for detoxification, inflammation, infections, sore throat, headache, runny nose, and it is even used in China as a folk remedy for snakebites. This is a fast-growing vine, that can climb to 15 feet or more, or 2 feet as ground cover. It is capable of economically covering unattractive space around your home, or other location. Conveniently, Halls Honeysuckle requires minimal watering. It is very inexpensive, also.


Imagine stepping onto your front porch and being taken away with the sweet smell of honeysuckle, the calming nature of hummingbirds, the delightful view of butterflies, the tickling sound of buzzing bees, and the mind intoxication of the most relaxing view of enchanting flowers.


Trick yourself into thinking you were on a wondrous, forest vacation that never ends! Appreciate every bit of positive that comes along with this plant. Treat your garden to a soulful playmate with lots to offer. Cover unsightly fences, elderly trees, and shabby yard patches with delightful, and natural ornaments. You owe it to yourself to possess one of the finest plants you can have. Remember, this plant is low maintenance, adapts to many soils, requires minimal watering, tolerates light shade, and is simply the best plant to have. Whatever your unique intentions are with this plant, you are sure to have the most appealing decorations around that will make any family gathering pleasant!

USDA Climate Zone: 3-7

Tree Height: 10 to 24 feet

Canopy Spread: 10 to 24 feet

Soil Type: well-drained, moist

Sun: full sun to partial shade

Botanical Name: Lonicera Japonica

Halls Honeysuckle Ships As: Bareroot Plant