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James Burghardt

(Box Honeysuckle, Lemon Beauty Box Honeysuckle)

Glowing, evergreen foliage and graceful branching make ‘Lemon Beauty’ a fortunate gift to gardeners from its dark-green ancestor, a shrub native to southwestern China. A dense, mounding, fine-branching shrub, it bears small, leathery, oval to linear green leaves that are outlined by distinctive lemon yellow margins. New stems add a purplish cast. The leaves hang on in mild climates to offer bright color throughout the drab winter months. In a dormant garden this definitely is a highlight. Although...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Box Honeysuckle, Silver Beauty Box Honeysuckle)

Gleaming, evergreen foliage and graceful branching make ‘Silver Beauty’ a fortunate gift to gardeners from its dark-green ancestor, a shrub native to southwestern China. A dense, mounding, fine-branching shrub, ‘Silver Beauty’ bears small, leathery, oval to linear green leaves that are outlined by distinctive silver margins. New stems add a purplish cast. The leaves hang on in mild climates to off their gleam throughout the drab winter months. In a dormant garden this definitely is a highlight. Although...

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Jessie Keith

(Privet Honeysuckle)

This is a unique, low-growing, evergreen honeysuckle with fragrant flowers, fine texture, and bright fruits. It is used primarily as a groundcover. This species is native to China. Dense and well branched, it produces minute, leathery, oval, dark green leaves similar to those of the privets. The leaves are held opposite one another in pairs that are closely-spaced on long, stiff, horizontal branches. The foliage retains its green throughout the winter months. This fast-growing plant can spread over...

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Jesse Saylor

(Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, proving a remarkable adaptability to most soils and climates. This species also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes. A multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large and blue-green and drop in autumn without a show of fall color.

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(White Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to its remarkable adaptability. This species also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, ‘Alba,’ which is white-flowered. A multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large and blue-green and...

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Jesse Saylor

(Arnold Red Tartarian Honeysuckle, Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to its remarkable adaptability. The parent also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, ‘Arnold,’ considered to have the strongest red of all. Its multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large...

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Jesse Saylor

(Pink Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large, upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to the remarkable adaptability or ‘Rosea.’ The parent also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, which has clusters of bi-colored flowers. Its multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large,...

(Hybrid Fly Honeysuckle)

More compact, slower growing and not as invasive like many other honeysuckles, the hardy hybrid fly honeysuckle is grown for its reliability in tough conditions and its tolerance of shearing or hard pruning. Unpruned it can grow quite tall. It is a dense, twiggy deciduous shrub with blue-green leaves and clusters of four white to ivory flowers that are smaller and less showy than many honeysuckles. The leaves hold their color through autumn until they drop. This is a hybrid of the fly honeysuckle,...

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James H. Schutte

(Clavey's Dwarf Hybrid Honeysuckle, Hybrid Fly Honeysuckle)

More compact than dwarf, this hardy hybrid honeysuckle, ‘Clavey’s Dwarf,’ is grown for its reliability in tough conditions and its tolerance of shearing or hard pruning. Unpruned it can grow quite tall. It is a dense, twiggy deciduous shrub with blue-green leaves and clusters of four white to ivory flowers that are smaller and less showy than many honeysuckles. The leaves hold their color through autumn until they drop. This is a hybrid of the fly honeysuckle, Lonicera xylosteum, a native...

(Hybrid Fly Honeysuckle, Miniglobe Hybrid Honeysuckle)

A hardy hybrid honeysuckle, ‘Miniglobe,’ is grown for its dense habit, full foliage, reliability in tough conditions and its tolerance of shearing or hard pruning. It is a twiggy deciduous shrub with blue-green leaves and clusters of four small, white to ivory flowers that are smaller and less showy than many honeysuckles. The leaves make no show in fall. They hold their color through autumn until they drop. This is a hybrid of the fly honeysuckle, Lonicera xylosteum, a native from Europe...