Arnold Red Honeysuckle (Lonicera tatarica 'Arnold Red')

Lonicera tatarica 'Arnold Red' (156831 bytes) Arnold Red Honeysuckle (Lonicera tatarica 'Arnold Red') is an upright, rounded deciduous shrub with dense, arching branches. It grows to 6ft. x 5ft. and is hardy to zone 3. This honeysuckle prefers full sun but will tolerate partial shade, likes any well-drained soil and has moderate water needs. Drought tolerant and aphid resistant. Fast growing.

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Arnold Red Honeysuckle foliage (60728 bytes) Foliage is an attractive blue-green.
  
honeysuckle arnold red flowers (7437 bytes) Flowers are profuse, with fragrant pinkish-red blossoms in spring.
honeysuckle,arnold red,lonicera tartarica,fruit (78229 bytes) Fruit is large red berries in June & July.

 

Photos: Judy Sedbrook

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