Hall’s Honeysuckle is one of the oldest selections of Japanese Honeysuckle, originally chosen for its tendency to bloom more prolifically than other specimens. This semi-evergreen vine has maintained its popularity through the years to remain the most widely planted selection of Japanese Honeysuckle on the market today. The most significant feature of this drought tolerant plant is the distinctive sweet perfume that permeates the air when it is in bloom. The dainty flowers open pure white and fade to a buttery yellow, drawing a steady parade of butterflies and hummingbirds from spring through late summer. Hall’s Honeysuckle makes a fine, erosion mitigating groundcover, and will climb fences and trellises quickly to form a dense screen.
Height: 10 – 15+ feet (with support)
Width: 10 – 15+ feet (with support)
Bloom color: White/Yellow
Flowering season: Spring
USDA minimum zone: 7
Cold hardiness: 5° F


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