Cedar Lane Honeysuckle - trade gallon
Cedar Lane Honeysuckle - trade gallon An excellent, native twining vine introduced many years ago by Cedar Lane Farms in Madison, Georgia. Like all Lonicera sempervirens it is not fragrant, but unlike most this selection is a rebloomer. Produces profuse, deep red flowers in mid-spring and sporadically thereafter through the summer if grown in lots of sun. Easy to have scramble over an arbor or around a statute. Deciduous although in warmer zones during mild winters may be semi-evergreen. Zones 4 - 9.

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June 23, 2017
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