Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica 'Halliana')
Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle
Lonicera japonica 'Halliana'
Native to eastern Asia, Lonicera japonica 'Halliana' or Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle is a trailing, climbing or twining vine that’s perfect for use as a fragrant cover for fences and walls! This fast-growing plant produces masses of wonderfully aromatic yellow and white flowers in the summertime, which is a magnet for attracting hummingbirds and butterflies into your yard all summer long. We also love to plant them as an attractive privacy hedge where its handsome, dark green foliage is ideal for blocking out unwanted views and can help create a private yard retreat!
Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle prefers to grow where there is full sun exposure, though it can also grow in an area with partial sun exposure, too. It is heat and drought tolerant, so it’s a great plant for growing in our local climate. Once established, this easy to grow, waterwise plant will have low to moderate watering needs, so feel free to grow it as a vine or groundcover on banks and slopes!
Homeowners and landscaper’s alike have come to use Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle in a landscape a number of ways. It addition to the landscape applications already mentioned, it also is a good candidate for use in firescaping, in a wildlife garden and mass planting.
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- ‘Halliana’ is the most vigorous and widely grown variety of Japanese Honeysuckle
- Can cover huge amounts of space in a short time, so it can be used for erosion control in large areas
- Highly adaptable to a wide range of soils
- Tolerant of urban pollution and can thrive in inner city environments
Easy to grow
Heat and drought tolerant
Grown as a vine or groundcover
Attracts humming birds and butterflies