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  • Lisianthus 'Cinderella Pink'

    Posted by Patti Tucker

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
Variety description courtesy of Spring Hill Nursery

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    Would this vine do well in partial sun or morning sun areas?

    Posted by Val the Gal on 05/22/2017

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    Does this vine use suckers or is it a twining vine? I'm wondering if it will damage the brick or siding of a home so I know where to plant it. Thanks for any help!

    Posted by Deshade on 05/09/2017

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    Will the berries sprout if spread by birds? I have some Asian variety that is all around the woods for this reason.

    Posted by Maria on 02/07/2017

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    I bought fragrant cloud honeysuckle from gurneys and it has one vine that has grown from it, and it is only about 12 inches long and appears to me not to be growing very well, I have had it all summer long. What could I be doing wrong with this plant?

    Posted by Patty on 07/28/2016

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    should you deadhead this plant?

    Posted by dwalker on 05/27/2016

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    Is it very susceptible to mildew or aphids?

    Posted by Laura on 03/16/2016

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    Why do you send it in 3 in pot? How much does it grow in the first year?

    Posted by M Cohen on 05/08/2015

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    • fROM CENTRAL fLORIDA: i PLANTED MINE ALONG A COW FENCE , FULL SUN AND DAILY DRIP IRRIGATION, USING ELECTRIC FENCE 6 INCH PLASTIC STANDOFFS AND GALVANIZED WIRE (FOR RUNNERS) TO SET IT BACK OFF THE FENCE SO THE COWS DON'T GET AT IT (NOT ELECTRIFIED) IT GREW 8 FEET IN 2 DIRECTIONS (THEN I DOUBLED IT OVER AT 8 FT AND IT GREW 4 FT MORE THE OTHER DIRECTION, SO 12 FT HORIZONTAL GROWTH ON THOSE TWO SPRIGS (PLUS OTHER SPRIGS) NOW ITS SPRING 1 YEAR LATER AND ALL THE OLD LEAVES HAVE FALLEN PRODUCING NEW SHOOTS WHICH ARE GROWING ABOUT 4 INCHES A WEEK. iT DID NOT BLOOM THE FIRST YEAR - SEEMS THAT BLOOMS COME OFF SECONDARY GROWTH , ONE WEBSITE SAID THIS KIND BLOOMS IN JUNE-JULY.

      Posted by Danceoffaith on 03/23/2016

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    I live in the Dallas area, are there any stores around here that carry Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle? I haven't been able to find anywhere. The 3" pot is so tiny, seems like it would take years to be full size!

    Posted by Maggie on 04/21/2015

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    • Typical of most vines, they are fast growers. The first year the plant will develop its roots and should really take off by the second year giving lots of fragrance and beauty to your yard. This plant requires well drained soil and full sun. It will also develop small black berries which are a joy to the birds in fall.

      Posted by Butterfly Gardener on 04/23/2015

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    Is this Lonicera invasive? I'm trying to avoid invasive exotics, though I don't discriminate against noninvasive ones. I feel I just now have control over L. j. 'Halliana.' Thank you.

    Posted by perlite1 on 02/08/2015

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    • THis plant is not invasive although it is an aggressive grower. It will get quite bushy. Honeysuckle is semi-evergreen/deciduous so you can prune it back to keep it in check. Best time to prune would be early spring before new growth appears.

      Posted by Butterfly Gardener on 04/23/2015

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    Is any part of this poisonous to humans? If not, is it as sweet to taste as it is fragrant?

    Posted by cblack234 on 11/17/2014

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    • Non-poisonous, you can pull out the stamen and taste the sweet nectar which entices hummingbirds and (in my area) bumble bees. The dark berries which the birds love are not palatable.

      Posted by Butterfly Gardener on 04/23/2015

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    will it draw bees

    Posted by Gene on 04/01/2014

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    • Yes, it will attract bees, butterflies and mumming birds. It is a new honeysuckle discovered in Poland, in the nursery of Dr. Szczepan Markzynski. It produces masses of large blooms from late spring into fall, and the blooms cover the plant all the way to the ground. Its fragrance is intense and sweet. Hummingbirds adore the sweet nectar of the multitude of ruby and cream blooms, while the bright red berries of late summer and fall feed robins, wood thrushes, bluebirds, sparrows and goldfinches. Unlike the sprawling Japanese honeysuckle, this vine grows to a compact 6′-10′, depending on the size of its support; it responds well to pruning. Benefits from watering the first season, but once established, this tough vine needs no care.

      Posted by cramsey1 on 04/17/2014

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    Can you grow lonicera fragrant cloud on a wire supports on a large wall ?

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2013

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    • Yes you can grow this on a wall with adequate supports. It's a vine so it should climb up no problem.

      Posted by Luke on 04/14/2013

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