Good to grow: Coral honeysuckle

Coral honeysuckle
Slender trumpets call out to hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. The flowers, coral on the outside and yellow inside, grow in whorled clusters. Birds like the red berries that follow the flowers.
This honeysuckle rambles but is not invasive like its non-native cousin with yellow and white flowers.
Light: Sun to part shade
Size: Vining 6 to 15 feet
Water: Drought tolerant once established
Bloom: Spring and summer
Cultivation: Tolerates a variety of soils. Give it support so it can climb, and trim to keep in check.
Latin name: Lonicera sempervirens
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