Hall's honeysuckle


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Synonyms for Hall's honeysuckle

a variety of Japanese honeysuckle that grows like a vine

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Hall's honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica 'Halliana', zones 2-24), shown here, is probably the most popular of many wonderful honeysuckle species and varieties.
The giant Burmese honeysuckle has a piercingly sweet fragrance that is more distinctive than the strong but somewhat musky scent of the more commonly seen Hall's honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica ``Halliana''), that vine with the white flowers that turn golden yellow.
Long-season bloomers: blood red trumpet vine (8,9, 14 through 24), bougainvillea (12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21 through 24), bower vine (16 through 24), Hall's honeysuckle (2 through 24), potato vine (8, 9, 12 through 24).
Of all invasive ornamental plants, the most seductive, by far, is Hall's honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica ``Halliana'').
Sweetly fragrant, tubular flowers of Hall's honeysuckle (L.
However, although the plants spread quickly, they can be kept under control by hand-pulling and are not nearly as invasive as ivy or Hall's honeysuckle, for example.