Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’ aka Hall’s Japanese Honeysuckle
z. 4 – 11 ht. 15 ft. or more
Hall’s Honeysuckle vine produces an abundant display of beautiful purple-tinged white blossoms that send out, very, very generously, the most heavenly fragrance (some say of vanilla). One of the most fragrant honeysuckles, if not the most fragrant. Blooms from April to July. Loved by hummingbirds and bees (and kids) for the abundant nectar found in the blossoms. Yes, it is very vigorous; just prune it back every so often to keep it contained. Hardy and easy to grow.
All Permaculture Plants are 1-gallon sized plants.