Alabama Crimson Honeysuckle - 3 quart
Alabama Crimson Honeysuckle - 3 quart This native honeysuckle vine has crimson trumpet blooms with yellow throats, visited by hummingbirds at the nursery and hopefully in your garden too. Lonicera sempervirens ’Alabama Crimson’ is an easy, deciduous vine for sun in zones 4-9. The blooms while beautiful are not fragrant. This is NOT the invasive species, Lonicera japonica, which is a noxious weed in many parts of the country.

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