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Lonicera hispidula vacillans - Hairy Honeysuckle
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Lonicera hispidula vacillans - Hairy Honeysuckle
Photo by Jennifer Leech

Lonicera hispidula vacillans - Hairy Honeysuckle
Photo by Jennifer Leech

Botanic Name: Lonicera hispidula vacillans
Common Name: Hairy Honeysuckle
Size: 10'h x 10'w
Sun: Sun-Shade
H20: Occ.H2O/moist
Attracts Butterflies
Type: adults
Attracts Hummingbirds Deer Resistant
Resistance: medium
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This Honeysuckle vine is found in nature as a loose groundcover in oak forests, or growing through native shrubs. Its loose growth and sparse foliage do not make it a suitable vine for a trellis, but it is quite attractive planted as it occurs in nature, near the base of a shrub it can twine through to display its pink springtime flowers and cherry red fall fruit. Also sometimes used as a deciduous groundcover, grows beautifully planted between Ribes viburnifolium.

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