1- 8 in long Trumpet Honeysuckle- hummingbird , butterfly magnet!shipped bare root no dirt
� Family: Honeysuckle (Caprifoliaceae)
� Habitat: woods, thickets
� Height: vine, to 20 feet long
� Flower size: 1-2 inches long
� Flower color: red outside, yellow inside
� Flowering time: April to September
Prune coral honeysuckle back in the winter to increase flowering. Don't over-fertilize.
Light: Prefers full sun, but tolerates partial sun.
Moisture: Drought tolerant.
Hardiness: To USDA Zone 4.
Coral honeysuckle thrives in containers or in the garden. It is easy to grow, and its flashy flowers will attract ruby-throated hummingbirds and butterflies all summer long. Let it clamber over a fence or give it a trellis of its own. Many gardeners allow coral honeysuckle to climb over shrubs. coral honeysuckle will not spread out of control, and its sparse vines won't strangle your prize shrubs.
Wherever coral honeysuckle grows, ruby-throated hummingbirds and butterflies will find it. Songbirds relish the juicy fruits. This is a spectacular vine that the local wildlife will enjoy as much as you - plant some!