• Butterfly Bush Honeysuckle Shrub

    Butterfly Bush Honeysuckle Shrub

    This Bush Honeysuckle is a beautiful, useful little shrub that's adaptable to dry, shady areas. It displays a full, neat, well-branched habit of clean, bright green leaves. And it won't flop, but stays strong and upright. From early to midsummer, it's adorned with rich yellow blooms that appear in clusters, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Zones 4-8.

  • Climbing Yellow Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Climbing Yellow Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Rampant growth, climbing habit, and a wonderful rich fragrance have made honeysuckle a mainstay of the landscape and a favorite of hummingbirds. Once established the plants are permanent and require minimum care and moderate pruning. This variety produces masses of rich yellow tubular little flowers that enhance the garden with strong, honey-sweet fragrance from mid- to late summer. Growth is effortless and can reach up to 20 feet. Use to cover walls or arbors, and to add vertical interest in sunny locations. Plants can become quite heavy so strong support is a must.

  • Copper Bush Honeysuckle Shrub

    Copper Bush Honeysuckle Shrub

    This highly adaptable shrub starts out in spring with gorgeous copper-red growth that matures to a lovely medium green. In midsummer, it's beautifully decorated with yellow, hummingbird- and butterfly-attracting blooms. It doesn't mind tough conditions, is typically ignored by deer, and will thrive in almost any level of light, from sun to shade! Zones 3-7.

  • Diervilla lonicera Bush Honeysuckle Shrub

    Diervilla lonicera Bush Honeysuckle Shrub

    This is the perfect blooming shrub to plant in difficult garden spots where other things simply don't want to grow! The Honeysuckle Bush is a compact, spreading plant that's very adaptable, happily handling less-than-desirable conditions, including dry shade. In midsummer, it covers its lovely green leaves with beautiful yellow blooms. Attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies, but typically unpalatable to deer, this hard-working shrub is sure to become a garden favorite! Zones 3-7.

  • Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    A rampant grower that quickly reaches 8’ to 12’ in height. It blooms all summer long, producing fragrant oblong-shaped scarlet flowers that sweeten the air and attract hummingbirds. Great for covering arbors or arches. Give them strong support because the vines become heavy. Requires only moderate pruning. Prefers full sun.

  • Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle

    Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle

    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'. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 5-9 Lonicera periclymenum ‘Chojnów’ PBR

  • Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle Vine - 3

    Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle Vine - 3" pot

    We found this outstanding new Honeysuckle in Poland, in the nursery of Dr. Szczepan Markzynski. And what a find! It produces masses of large blooms over an unusually long period from late spring into fall, and the blooms cover the plant all the way to the ground—no naked lower stems on this vine! The fragrance is intense and sweet, a real delight when planted near a porch or window where you can enjoy it in good weather. Hummingbirds adore the sweet nectar of the multitude of ruby and cream blooms, while the bright red berries of late summer and fall…

  • Gold Flame Lonicera x heckrottii Honeysuckle Plant

    Gold Flame Lonicera x heckrottii Honeysuckle Plant

    The perfect quick cover for garden floor or any vertical structure, L. heckrottii produces wonderfully fragrant, bright bicolored blooms from late spring all the way till frost. Irresistible to hummingbirds and very profusely borne in large clusters, they fill the garden with sweet scent and soft color. Whether you want to create a formal espaliered vine, blanket an unsightly fence, or cover poor dry soil, this Goldflame Honeysuckle is the solution.L. heckrottii is a cross of L. sempervirens x L. americana, with a very fast growth rate and superb adaptability to adverse conditions. It tolerates just about any type of…

    The perfect quick cover for garden floor or any vertical structure, L. heckrottii produces wonderfully fragrant, bright bicolored blooms from late spring all the way till frost. Irresistible to hummingbirds and very profusely borne in large clusters, they fill the garden with sweet scent and soft color. Whether you want to create a formal espaliered vine, blanket an unsightly fence, or cover poor dry soil, this Goldflame Honeysuckle is the solution.L. heckrottii is a cross of L. sempervirens x L. americana, with a very fast growth rate and superb adaptability to adverse conditions. It tolerates just about any type of…

  • Graham Thomas Lonicera periclymenum Honeysuckle Vine

    Graham Thomas Lonicera periclymenum Honeysuckle Vine

    Lonicera pericylmenum 'Graham Thomas' is an exceptional Wild Woodbine. This spectacular climber was accidentally discovered in a hedgerow in Warwickshire, England (Shakespeare's own county) by renowned English horticulturist Graham Stuart Thomas.Of rapid growth, this eminently rewarding Lonicera ultimately attains 30 to 40 feet (8 per year). Its cream white flowers, without a trace of pink, appear over an exceptionally long period in summer and fall, reaching their peak in October. 'Graham Thomas' is highly fragrant! Pruning back in early summer will encourage reblooming. Zones 5-9. One-gallon container.

    Lonicera pericylmenum 'Graham Thomas' is an exceptional Wild Woodbine. This spectacular climber was accidentally discovered in a hedgerow in Warwickshire, England (Shakespeare's own county) by renowned English horticulturist Graham Stuart Thomas.Of rapid growth, this eminently rewarding Lonicera ultimately attains 30 to 40 feet (8 per year). Its cream white flowers, without a trace of pink, appear over an exceptionally long period in summer and fall, reaching their peak in October. 'Graham Thomas' is highly fragrant! Pruning back in early summer will encourage reblooming. Zones 5-9. One-gallon container.

  • Harlequin Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Harlequin Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    The garden’s sweetest perfume! This exceptional variety has yellow and pink flowers that cover the plant repeatedly through summer into fall. When in bloom, their sweet scent fills the entire garden. The foliage is also highly attractive, a deep green edged in cream with pink highlights. Harlequin reaches a moderate height of 6-8’ and is easily controlled.

  • Harlequin Honeysuckle Plant

    Harlequin Honeysuckle Plant

    Wild Honeysuckle has its charms, but you'll never look at it the same way after growing this magnificent new variety! 'Harlequin' is a color lover's dream of a plant, with green leaves splashed with pink and cream, big clusters of rosy blooms edged in white to yellow, and splendid fall foliage changes! What's more, you don't have to worry about it taking over the garden -- it grows slowly and neatly, forming an 8- to 10-foot vine or pruned back to a nice little upright 2-foot shrub! You can't go wrong with 'Harlequin'!All summer long you'll enjoy the fragrance as…

    Wild Honeysuckle has its charms, but you'll never look at it the same way after growing this magnificent new variety! 'Harlequin' is a color lover's dream of a plant, with green leaves splashed with pink and cream, big clusters of rosy blooms edged in white to yellow, and splendid fall foliage changes! What's more, you don't have to worry about it taking over the garden -- it grows slowly and neatly, forming an 8- to 10-foot vine or pruned back to a nice little upright 2-foot shrub! You can't go wrong with 'Harlequin'!All summer long you'll enjoy the fragrance as…

    Wild Honeysuckle has its charms, but you'll never look at it the same way after growing this magnificent new variety! 'Harlequin' is a color lover's dream of a plant, with green leaves splashed with pink and cream, big clusters of rosy blooms edged in white to yellow, and splendid fall foliage changes! What's more, you don't have to worry about it taking over the garden -- it grows slowly and neatly, forming an 8- to 10-foot vine or pruned back to a nice little upright 2-foot shrub! You can't go wrong with 'Harlequin'!All summer long you'll enjoy the fragrance as…

  • Harlequin Lonicera Honeysuckle Plant

    Harlequin Lonicera Honeysuckle Plant

    Wild Honeysuckle has its charms, but you'll never look at it the same way after growing this magnificent new variety! 'Harlequin' is a color lover's dream of a plant, with green leaves splashed with pink and cream, big clusters of rosy blooms edged in white to yellow, and splendid fall foliage changes! What's more, you don't have to worry about it taking over the garden -- it grows slowly and neatly, forming an 8- to 10-foot vine or pruned back to a nice little upright 2-foot shrub! You can't go wrong with 'Harlequin'!All summer long you'll enjoy the fragrance as…

  • Honey Baby Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Honey Baby Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    A newly patented variety! This relatively compact honeysuckle grows only 6’ to 7’ feet tall. Richly fragrant creamy-yellow flowers cover the plant from July to October, perfuming the garden air and encouraging hummingbirds to visit. Excellent for growing in containers. Full sun.

  • Honeybelle™ Lonicera brownii Brown's Honeysuckle Vine

    Honeybelle™ Lonicera brownii Brown's Honeysuckle Vine

    Plant Patent 20,939. Cultivar name: 'Bailelle'If you have room in the garden for a vigorous, gorgeous twining vine with flowers and berries over 2 long seasons, please consider Honeybelle™ for the job. This Brown's Honeysuckle is simply stunning, with thousands of 3-inch golden trumpets from early summer through mid-fall, followed by bright red berries that birds love.A naturally occurring branch mutation of the popular 'Dropmore Scarlet,' Honeybelle™ was discovered in St. Cloud, Minnesota in 2003, and has been a gardeners' delight ever since. It is not scented, and the flowers are unbelievably profuse. Butterflies and hummingbirds flock to them, adding…

  • Japonica purpurea Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Japonica purpurea Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    A strong-growing climbing vine that perfumes the garden air with sweet scent. Given sturdy and ample support and full sun, it quickly grows 15 to 20 feet, and provides a dense covering for walls, fences, or arbors. In July and August, its branches are filled with coral red flowers amid distinctive purple-tinted foliage.

  • John Clayton Lonicera Honeysuckle Plant

    John Clayton Lonicera Honeysuckle Plant

    Boasting a much more compact, restrained habit than most other Honeysuckles, 'John Clayton' offers masses and masses of golden-yellow flowers over an incredibly long season - from late spring through early summer, as expected, but then repeating all summer long and into fall! Discovered in 1991 in a 17th-century churchyard in Gloucester, Virginia (and named for a colonial botanist from the same time period), 'John Clayton' brings the beauty of honeysuckle into today's smaller gardens!These blooms are irresistible to butterflies, and simply blanket the vine, releasing a mild but unmistakable honeysuckle scent. They really stand out beautifully against the rounded…

    Boasting a much more compact, restrained habit than most other Honeysuckles, 'John Clayton' offers masses and masses of golden-yellow flowers over an incredibly long season - from late spring through early summer, as expected, but then repeating all summer long and into fall! Discovered in 1991 in a 17th-century churchyard in Gloucester, Virginia (and named for a colonial botanist from the same time period), 'John Clayton' brings the beauty of honeysuckle into today's smaller gardens!These blooms are irresistible to butterflies, and simply blanket the vine, releasing a mild but unmistakable honeysuckle scent. They really stand out beautifully against the rounded…

  • Kintzley's Ghost™ Lonicera reticulata Grape Honeysuckle Plant

    Kintzley's Ghost™ Lonicera reticulata Grape Honeysuckle Plant

    An utterly unique Honeysuckle, Kintzley's Ghost™ is THE vine to brighten vertical spaces anywhere in the sunny garden. Fast-growing, easy, and vigorous even at high altitudes, it sets masses of small yellow blooms in early to midsummer, each framed by a giant saucer-shaped bract of silvery-white. The flowers drop after a few weeks, but the bracts remain all the way through autumn, offering gleaming accents that show to excellent effect in late afternoon and early evening.Discovered on the Colorado grave of Iowa State University horticulturist William Kintzley, this Grape Honeysuckle is a fitting legacy from the late professor. It blooms…

  • Late Dutch Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Late Dutch Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Produces purple-red flowers with soft pink throat; continuous flowers in full sun; attracts Hummingbirds.

  • Major Wheeler Honeysuckle

    Major Wheeler Honeysuckle

    Blazing red and gold blooms appear all summer and into fall—months longer than most other honeysuckles. Slower-growing honeysuckle will reach 6-10' in length, just right for covering a fence post, arbor or trellis. Shipped in 3" pots. Zones 4-9 Lonicera sempervirens ‘Major Wheeler’

  • Major Wheeler Lonicera sempervirens Honeysuckle Plant

    Major Wheeler Lonicera sempervirens Honeysuckle Plant

    Simply the best red-flowered honeysuckle ever grown, 'Major Wheeler' delights with its entirely mildew-free foliage! What a difference these lush leaves make ? they remain dense and lovely until frost, and the flowers keep coming as well, unbelievably abundant and not ready to quit until summer's end. And the habit is quite versatile, equally inclined to climb as a vine, mound up, or stretch along the garden floor. If you are partial to butterflies and hummingbirds, or if you need quick cover-up of a wall, fence, or unsightly garden presence, 'Major Wheeler' is waiting for you.Each long, slender, trumpet-shaped bloom…

    Simply the best red-flowered honeysuckle ever grown, 'Major Wheeler' delights with its entirely mildew-free foliage! What a difference these lush leaves make ? they remain dense and lovely until frost, and the flowers keep coming as well, unbelievably abundant and not ready to quit until summer's end. And the habit is quite versatile, equally inclined to climb as a vine, mound up, or stretch along the garden floor. If you are partial to butterflies and hummingbirds, or if you need quick cover-up of a wall, fence, or unsightly garden presence, 'Major Wheeler' is waiting for you.Each long, slender, trumpet-shaped bloom…

  • Mandarin Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Mandarin Honeysuckle - 3 pre-started plants

    Produces reddish-orange flowers with yellowish-orange throat all summer long. Attracts Hummingbirds.

  • Scentsation Lonicera periclymenum Honeysuckle Flowering Vine

    Scentsation Lonicera periclymenum Honeysuckle Flowering Vine

    Plant Patent 16,240The name tells you almost everything you need to know. Yes, this is the most wonderfully fragrant Honeysuckle you will ever grow -- that's almost a given! But what you might not suspect is that the scent comes from the sheer number of blooms as well as their individually strong aromas. This super free-flowering vine sets more blooms than you can believe possible!The flowers are bright yellow and so showy, bringing bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds into the garden by the dozen. They begin in mid-spring on this twining shrub and continue in waves all through summer and into…

  • Serotina Lonicera periclymenum Honeysuckle Vine

    Serotina Lonicera periclymenum Honeysuckle Vine

    Much admired in Europe, this fine selection of the Late Dutch Honeysuckle impressed us tremendously at the Boskoop Trials in Holland. More compact and slower growing than the species and much earlier blooming, it produces an immense bounty of fragrant flowers from early summer well into frost.The crimson buds open to creamy white, yellow and dark red flowers, followed by translucent red fruit. Probably the most beautiful climber in the genus, it is excellent grown on trees, pergolas or fences, and ideal for screening.Best grown in partial shade, although it will tolerate full sun. Will reach a height of 15…

    Much admired in Europe, this fine selection of the Late Dutch Honeysuckle impressed us tremendously at the Boskoop Trials in Holland. More compact and slower growing than the species and much earlier blooming, it produces an immense bounty of fragrant flowers from early summer well into frost.The crimson buds open to creamy white, yellow and dark red flowers, followed by translucent red fruit. Probably the most beautiful climber in the genus, it is excellent grown on trees, pergolas or fences, and ideal for screening.Best grown in partial shade, although it will tolerate full sun. Will reach a height of 15…