Japanese honeysuckle


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Synonyms for Japanese honeysuckle

an Asiatic trailing evergreen honeysuckle with half-evergreen leaves and fragrant white flowers turning yellow with age

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Unlike Japanese honeysuckle, this woody shrub isn't a preferred browse of deer, and it can be very invasive.
Coral Honeysuckle--The word "honeysuckle" strikes fear and trembling in the hearts of gardeners who prefer some semblance of order in the garden, but do not mistake this attractive native vine for the invasive Japanese honeysuckle, which has a tendency to run amok.
1991) recorded poison ivy and Virginia creeper in an old-growth creek-bottom forest in the Texas Blackland Prairie, but they did not report green-briar, trumpet creeper, or the invasive Japanese honeysuckle.
It destroys biodiversity, growing among Japanese honeysuckle and privets--all co-existing in a synergistic conglomeration.
mulberry leaf, Japanese honeysuckle and god thread in the diet on the quality and oxidative stability of eggs.
1993) and responds to odors of flowers such as Japanese honeysuckle Lonicera japonica, and Gaura drummondii (Beerwinkle et al.
Hall's Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica 'Halliana'), although lacking underground bulbous storage structures, is an outstanding ground cover for slopes.
I have spent the last two years removing kudzu, privet, multiflora rose, Japanese honeysuckle, and other non-native plants on my property, and the results are amazing
74 (10) Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae) Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) 0.
In that case I would grow vigorous evergreen climbers such as the silver and green leaved ivy Gloire de Marengo; another ivy, the gold and green-leaved Sulphur Heart; the Japanese honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica, which is evergreen and has small, sweetly-scented flowers, and Clematis armandii which is also evergreen and has small white flowers, also scented, in late winter.
In that case I would grow vigorous evergreen climbers such as the silver and green leaved ivy Gloire de Marengo (pictured); another ivy, the gold and green leaved Sulphur Heart; the Japanese honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica, which is evergreen and has small, sweetly-scented flowers, and Clematis armandii which is also evergreen and has small white flowers, also scented, in late winter.
Some of the most common landscape plants that have been reported to be toxic when eaten are azaleas and rhododendrons, boxwood, pyracantha, mahonia, hydrangea, trumpet vine, Japanese honeysuckle, Virginia creeper, Boston ivy, and wisteria.
We stayed away from pretty but non-native invasive plants like purple loosestrife and Japanese honeysuckle.
Tallamy suggests gardeners avoid planting other "junk food" for insects like multiflora rose, Japanese honeysuckle, Norway maple, ox-eye daisy and red clover.
The fragrance was suggestive of the scent produced by a large concentration of flowers of the Japanese Honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica.
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