Breathe deep and be prepared to be amazed. Your senses will come alive as the fragrance of the reddish-purple, tubular blooms fill the air. This beautiful vine will overwhelm you with an abundance of blooms as it’s covered all summer, attracting bees and hummingbirds. It grows 8-10', spreading 6-8'.Lonicera periclymenum ‘Chojnów’ PBR.
Zones 5-9, 3" pot.
Hummingbirds love the Fragrant Honeysuckle plant and you will, too, when you take in the sweet aroma and see the red and purple flower-packed vine. The honeysuckle blooms from mid to late summer and provides birds with small red berries for a spectacular show all summer long. Perennial plants suited for zones 5 through 9, the Lonicera periclymenum is an easy-to-care for favorite.
The Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle plant awakens your senses with its intoxicating sweet scent and vibrant reddish-purple, tubular blooms. Perennial plants with an abundance of blossoms all summer long, this eye-catching vine attracts bees and hummingbirds. An easy-care climber, the Lonicera periclymenum is a new variety from Poland with a compact habit, intense coloration and very long flowering period.
Botanical Name: Lonicera periclymenum 'ChojnÃ³w' PBR
Common Name: Honeysuckle
Root System: Fibrous
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 8' - 10'
Spread: 6 - 8'
Spacing: 6 - 8'
Hardiness Zone: 5 - 9
Flowering Date: June till September
Duration: All summer
Type of Fruit: Small red berries
Cut Flowers: No
Dried Flowers: No
Shipping Season: Spring
Unique Characterstics: New variety from Poland which is intensely fragrant. Has a compact habit, very strong coloration, very long flowering period. This Lonicera is very floriferous and will be full of flowers from top to bottom in summer.
Flower Color: Flowers are Red-Purple on the outside and beige inside.
Flower Form: Small tubular or funnel shaped.
Foliage Type: Oval light green leaf
Fragrance: Yes, Strong agreeable scent
Resistance: No pest or disease problems.
Soil Requirement: Succeeds in moderately fertile soil as long as it's not too dry or acid.
Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR
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I received this plant in Spring, now at the end of the season, one of the branches has grown 4' produced several flowers. It is not as fragrant as I thought it would be, (hoping that is just a first year thing). It has now produced its berries, several. I must say that was a surprise, I did not realize it would have berries. My mom had a yellow honeysuckle and I don't remember any berries! Anyhow, I am quite pleased by this little surprise! I have not tried to eat one (yet) as I did some exploring see this is pretty typical of Honeysuckle and appears as though this one IS edible! double surprise! Can't wait to see what it will do next year!