Lonicera x heckrottii
Goldflame Honeysuckle, Coral Honeysuckle
Deciduous, Evergreen, Shrubs, Vines
Most honeysuckles are valued for their clustered or paired, often fragrant flowers. Blossoms are tubular in form. Some have two flaring, unequal lips; others are trumpets or straight tubes, sometimes flaring at the mouth into five equal lobes. Flowers attract hummingbirds, and the red or purple berries that follow provide food for many other kinds of birds. Blossoms typically deepen in color after opening, so clusters contain both pale and darker blooms.
This vining shrub grows to 12–15 ft. tall, with 2 1/2-in., oval, blue-green leaves. Free blooming spring to frost. Clusters of coral pink buds open to 1 1/2-in., slightly fragrant, two-lipped flowers that are bright coral pink outside and rich yellow within. Train as an espalier or on a wire along the eaves.
This vining shrub grows to 12–15 ft. tall, with 2 1/2-in., oval, blue-green leaves. Free bloomin...
Semievergreen to deciduous. Native to China, Japan. Fast growth each spring and summer to 3, 4, or eve...
Similar to B. davidii, but smaller in all its parts. Fast growth to just 3–5 ft. tall a...