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Honeysuckle (Lonicera)

Fragrant, quick-growing vines perfect for a trellis or arbor.

Plant honeysuckle vines (Lonicera) and prepare for daily visits from hummingbirds and bees, which are attracted to the long flowering vines of these eye-catching high-climbers. In summer, honeysuckle plants produce dozens of dazzling, funnel-shaped orange, red, yellow, white or multi-hued blooms. The honeysuckle's fragrant vines are legendary, perfuming the air with a rich, sweet scent.
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Growing honeysuckle vines rewards the senses, as these delightful flowering vines offer attractive clusters of blooms and perfume the air with a sweet fragrance. Easy-to-grow honeysuckle plants are a great choice for novice gardeners, and these rapid spreading plants thrive across five hardiness zones. A honeysuckle's long, fragrant vines require some pruning, but otherwise virtually carefree. Brightly flowering vines, decorative honeysuckles bring new attention to walls, arbors, trellises and fences.

Thriving honeysuckle vines can reach up to 25 feet high and 25 feet across, and these delightful climbers flourish in both sunny areas and partially shaded spaces. Prolific honeysuckle plants produce multitudes of colorful blooms, with some varieties flowering two-toned blossoms that are red and gold or red and beige. The plant's fragrant vines, tubular shaped florets and tasty nectar make it a magnet for hummingbirds and bees. Look for these lovely flowering vines to bloom throughout summer, and attractive red fruit often pops up after the flowers fall.