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Hall's Honeysuckle - Lonicera Japonica
Halls Japanese Honeysuckle is a species of Lonicera, and they are keen climbers that grow in a shrubby shape with delicate, tiny flowers with elongated petals approximately 1-10 cm long. This plant proliferates in a shrubby-type form covered with the small flowers. Plant at the base of a trellis, and by the end of the season, you'll have a beautiful flowering vine wholly covered with Honeysuckle. This plant is also used as a ground cover that reaches several feet in height as a bushy-flowered shrub.
Both shrubby and vine-growing stems are solid and fibrous, and, in general, Honeysuckle is famous for its tiny, but fragrant flowers. The flowers are pure white but turn to yellow as they age. They are surrounded by bright green, oval-shaped leaves. Honeysuckle has a long season for blooms, typically, they have flowers from May until the first frost. In the fall, they may have blackberries with purple foliage. Halls Honeysuckle is a nationwide favorite for covering trellises because the plants climb 25 feet or higher.
Halls Japanese Honeysuckle may be popular in America because it is so easy to plant, grow and maintain. Plant a small shrub, and it will tolerate soil in lousy condition and temperatures down to -30 degrees. This shrub will grow abundantly rooted in a partly shaded space with filtered sunlight or full sunlight for the blooms. Even though the Honeysuckle has a rapid growth rate, it has only moderate water needs, and it blooms all season.
In warmer climates, Japanese Honeysuckle is a universal covering for fences that border the property line, on unsightly walls or covering trellises along the homes because they require minimal care and have a long blooming season. Many varieties of Halls Honeysuckle have incredibly intense fragrances, so the yard is filled with their delightful aroma almost all year long, which makes it a valued garden plant for years to come.
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Halls Honeysuckle will work great on a fence or trellis. It will usually bloom during April, May, June, and July. This plant thrives when planted in moist and well-drained soils.