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Trumpet Honeysuckle

Trumpet Honeysuckle

Retailer: Bonanza
$6.00 USD at time of publication Buy from Bonanza

Description from Bonanza

Organic Natve Plant, Trumpet,(Coral) Honeysuckle, Loniceras

Trumpet Honeysuckle is native to the mid-Atlantic area. It is also sometimes known as Coral Honeysuckle. This plant is a must for any hummingbird garden. Strikingly beautiful. The beauty of this plant, besides its good looks, is that it is a great alternative to the invasive Japanese Honeysuckle that is quickly displacing our native plants in the wild. They grow quickly, yet stay put, becoming more bush like rather than sprawling and strangling vines. Hummingbirds are drawn to the rich red flowers. The plants will come to you in a 3.5 inch pot. Soak thoroughly before planting.

A top favorite of hummingbirds. Songbirds eat berries in fall.Hummingbird garden plants such as Bee Balm, Eastern Wild Columbine, Penstemon species.NONINVASIVE, Sun to part shade, average moisture, but can tolerate light drought. Blooms mid spring thru summer.: Semi-evergreen, 15 – 25 in, Coral to red trumpet shaped flowersA top favorite of hummingbirds. Songbirds eat berries in fall.Hummingbird garden plants such as Bee Balm, Eastern Wild Columbine, Penstemon species.NONINVASIVE, Sun to part shade, average moisture, but can tolerate light drought. Blooms mid spring thru summer.

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