Evergreen Vine with Exceptional Color and FragrancePeaches and Cream is a dwarf evergreen vine with exceptional color and fragrance. Plant one at the base of your mailbox where it can twist and turn to create a floral masterpiece. You could also place one on a trellis near your front door where you’ll be free to enjoy its fragrance all summer long.If you love Honeysuckle vines but never thought you could commit to the space requirements, then Peaches and Cream is for you. Peaches and Cream is a hybrid Honeysuckle vine developed for small spaces, but will create just as much beauty and awe as its larger relative.Your Peaches and Cream features dark green foliage with abundant, exotic blooms all summer long. The show begins in spring when pale yellow blooms emerge from red/lavender buds, creating an enchanting bi-color effect. The maturing blooms transition to a gentle peach color, thus the “peaches and cream” name.The flowers are extremely fragrant, the scent easily carried along on the gentlest of breezes. The color and fragrance will be strong lure to your wildlife. Butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinators will certainly be regular visitors to your Peaches and Cream all summer long.Peaches and Cream grows to only 6 feet tall. It is Mildew resistant and can tolerate drought, heat and humidity. Once established, it’s incredibly easy to care for, and will bloom for you the first year.* Dwarf nature * Summer-long blooms * Intense fragrance * Hardy* Wildlife interest.
Groundcover with a Delightful FragranceDo you have an area in that needs a good thick groundcover quickly? It doesn’t matter if it’s a sunny spot or a shady one, Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle (LONICERA japonica Halliana) is the plant for the job. This Japanese Honeysuckle is a hardy, vigorous twining vine that can grow 15 to 30 feet. It only takes 2 or 3 per square yard to quickly cover a space as a groundcover.In full sun this lovely honeysuckle covers itself with extremely fragrant, thin, tube-shaped pure white flowers that eventually age to a soft yellow. The flowers come on strong in May and last until the first frost. The more sun you give it, the more flowers you’ll have.This is probably the most popular of all the honeysuckles used as groundcovers. You can let it grow along fences and walls, but be careful letting it grow on other plants. It grows so thick and so fast it has been known to engulf and suffocate full-grown trees. (In some areas of the country this is considered an invasive plant, so check with your local garden club.)Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle is super easy to grow and adapts to almost any soil. It can be mown over in winter if it gets too thick and will come back like nothing happened in the spring.If you want a fast growing, beautiful, scented vine, then Hall’s is the one for you. Order your today!* Vigorous grower* Showy, highly scented flowers* Drought tolerant.
Lost for over 100 years. You’ve never seen anything like this!There is a good chance you’ve never seen a Kintzley’s Ghost Honeysuckle (Lonicera reticulata x Lonicera prolifera). We hadn’t seen one until recently…and now we can’t get it out of our minds! This is unlike any honeysuckle you’ve ever seen and unlike any other on the market today.It begins its display in spring with a flush of pretty blue-green leaves. Then in the late spring/early summer it covers itself in bunches of small yellow tubular honeysuckle flowers that have a sweet, slight fragrance as you brush by. So far, it’s akin to many other honeysuckles, right?But here is where things get good. Behind every flower is a perfectly circular, silvery-white, eucalyptus-like bract that stays on the vine well into the winter, long after the flowers have faded. It looks like hundreds of full moons against the foliage! As if that isn’t enough to set it apart, in the fall a little orange-red berry appears in the center of each silvery bract, dressing the entire vine up to match the autumn season.This stunning and unique vine was originally bred in 1880 by Ped Kintzley at Iowa State, but was lost to the public until 2001 when one was spotted in a side alley yard in old Ft. Collins, CO.. The owner of the house, Ped’s grandson, had never really thought about the uniqueness of the vine he had. Thanks to an observant gardener, we can now offer this award winning honeysuckle to you!A sure conversation piece, this vine is vigorous, cold-hardy, aphid-resistant and fast growing. It makes a spectacular centerpiece in a moon garden, reflecting the evening light with white and silver colored plants and flowers.These will surely sell out – especially at these prices – so make sure to order yours early.* Completely unique honeysuckle* Three seasons of interest* Easy, quick-growing native.
Amazing Scent is a Butterfly Magnet!Scentsation Honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum ‘Scentsation’ PPAF) is hands down the most fragrant honeysuckle vine you will ever grow. The name really says it all. It is truly scentsational!This hardy vine gets its great scent not from just the single flowers, but from the sheer amount of flowers it produces. The beautiful yellow trumpet clusters just keep blooming on this vine in waves all summer and into the fall. Each flower has its own individually strong aroma, but together it’s like a perfume store exploded in your garden.The flowers are butter yellow and super showy. Bees, butterflies and hummingbirds fall over themselves to get to this great vine.Scentsation was originally bred in Herefordshire, England and is hardy to -20 to -30 degrees Fahrenheit! It thrives in full sun, but does well in light shade, too, especially in the hottest areas of zones 4-9.This eager vine reaches 10 foot high without a second thought and easily stretches 5 feet wide. Make sure you give this big boy plenty of room to stretch out! It needs a big trellis, wall, fence or large sturdy support, but once it goes, watch out!* AMAZING honeysuckle scent * Loved by bees, butterflies and hummingbirds * Great vertical coverage.
Hummingbirds Love Hot PinkThe Goldflame Honeysuckle is most often grown as a trailing vine with incredible flowers. It would create a dramatic affect climbing a trellis or your front porch rail.Imagine having a Goldflame Honeysuckle in your own yard. A delicious blend of light to hot pink, exotic flowers cling to a vigorous vine of vibrant green as it twists and turns around your garden trellis.A heavenly scent of succulent sweetness drifts on the afternoon breeze. Butterflies, resplendent in their summer finery, flit among the blooms as hummingbirds briefly pause to draw nectar from the tubular blossoms, a peaceful interlude amid the chaos of everyday life.Your Honeysuckle will easily grow to 15 feet and start blooming in spring, lasting all summer long. The hot pink flowers are the perfect showcase for the yellow-gold interior for which the cultivar is named.The 2-inch long oval leaves are a delightful blue-green shade, adding to the colorful display of this outstanding plant.A useful feature of the Goldflame Honeysuckle is that, unlike some other flowering vines, it can also be trained into a shrub or left to trail along the ground. It’s adaptable to many conditions, and easy to manage.The Goldflame Honeysuckle is an amazing hardy vine with exquisite flowers, intense fragrance and long bloom period. It would be an enchanting addition to your yard this summer.* Hot Pink Flower with Golden Interior* Vine Will Grow Anywhere* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds .