Dwarf Bush-Honeysuckle

Dwarf Bush-Honeysuckle

Height: 2-3’

Width: 2-4’

Habit: Densely branched mounding shrub

Zones: 3-7

Cultural requirements:

Average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soil

Full sun to part shade

Tolerates drought

Freely suckers

Prune as needed immediately after flowering

Ornamental features:

Fragrant yellow, trumpet-shaped blooms June-July

Glossy dark green leaves

Yellow to orange, sometimes red fall color

Landscape uses:

Native plant attracts hummingbirds, butterflies

Small hedge

Shrub borders

Naturalize in woodland gardens, slopes where plant can colonize

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