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  • Brown's honyesuckle (Lonicera x brownii)

    Brown's honeysuckle, cultivar Dropmore Scarlet, in flower.

    Also known as:

    Brown's honeysuckle, scarlet trumpet honeysuckle
    Brown's honeysuckle is a hybrid that produces tubular red flowers for most of the growing season.

    Size Range:

    • Large plant (more than 24 inches)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Non-native
  • Bush-honeysuckle (Diervilla lonicera)

    Bush-honeysuckle in flower.

    Also known as:

    Bush-honeysuckle, Dwarf bushhoneysuckle, bush honeysuckle
    Bush-honeysuckle is a low-growing, spreading, native shrub providing yellow flowers for several weeks in early summer. Reddish young stems is 4-sided, contrasting with dark green leaves.

    Size Range:

    • Small shrub (3-5 feet),
    • Low-growing shrub (under 3 feet)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Chicago area,
    • Illinois,
    • North America
  • European fly honeysuckle (Lonicera xylosteum)

    Flowers of Clavey's dwarf honeysuckle.

    Also known as:

    European fly honeysuckle
    European fly honeysuckle is a large, rounded shrub with arching branches and blue-to-gray green foliage. A popular, old-fashioned shrub used for hedges and screening.

    Size Range:

    • Large shrub (more than 8 feet)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Non-native
  • Goldflame honeysuckle (Lonicera x heckrottii)

    Goldflame honeysuckle has clusters of pink and yellow flowers.

    Also known as:

    Goldflame honeysuckle, Goldflame honeysuckle vine
    This twining vine twists and spirals around a supporting plant, trellis, or arbor. In summer, goldflame honeysuckle has clusters of fragrant tubular flowers in vibrant pink and yellow that bloom amid the vines. Unlike some species of honeysuckle, it is not invasive.

    Size Range:

    • Large plant (more than 24 inches)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Non-native
  • Japanese honeysuckle (Illegal to sell in Illinois) (Lonicera japonica)

    The white flowers of Japanese honeysuckle turn yellow as they age.

    Also known as:

    Japanese honeysuckle
    Japanese honeysuckle is an attractive plant, but under the Illinois Exotic Weed Act, it cannot be sold in Illinois. It is also considered invasive in many areas.

    Size Range:

    • Large plant (more than 24 inches),
    • Low-growing plant (under 6 inches)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily),
    • Full shade (4 hrs or less of light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Non-native
  • Southern bush-honeysuckle (Diervilla sessilifolia)

    Fall color of Southern bush-honeysuckle, cultivar 'Butterfly'.

    Also known as:

    Southern bush-honeysuckle, Southern bush honeysuckle
    Southern bush-honeysuckle is a vigorous, 3 to 5 feet high, spreading shrub with rich green foliage that turns purplish in the fall. The 2- to 3-inch-diameter sulfur-yellow flowers appear in mid-summer. The suckering nature of the plant can form colonies making it ideal as a mass planting or used to stabilize a slope. Native to the southeastern United States.

    Size Range:

    • Small shrub (3-5 feet),
    • Low-growing shrub (under 3 feet)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • North America
  • Trumpet honeysuckle (Lonicera sempervirens)

    Flowers of trumpet honeysuckle.

    Also known as:

    Trumpet honeysuckle, coral honeysuckle, scarlet honeysuckle
    Trumpet honeysuckle is native to North America, mostly in southern states. This vine is vigorous, but not aggressive like some species of honeysuckle. It produces clusters of bright red flowers in spring.

    Size Range:

    • Large plant (more than 24 inches)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily),
    • Full shade (4 hrs or less of light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Illinois,
    • North America
  • Winter honeysuckle (Lonicera fragrantissima)

    Flowers of winter honeysuckle appear in very late winter or early spring.

    Also known as:

    Winter honeysuckle
    Winter honeysuckle is an attractive shrub with early-flowering fragrant flowers. However, under the Illinois Exotic Weed Act, it cannot be sold in Illinois. It is also considered invasive in many areas. The information provided here is more for identification purposes rather than a guide to plant selection. This plant is NOT recommended.

    Size Range:

    • Large shrub (more than 8 feet),
    • Medium shrub (5-8 feet)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Non-native
  • Woodbine (Lonicera periclymenum)

    Flowers of woodbine, cultivar 'Serotina'.

    Also known as:

    Woodbine, woodbine honeysuckle
    Woodbine is a type of honeysuckle that vines. This species is very fragrant and has flowers that show a mix of yellow, white, and pink.

    Size Range:

    • Large plant (more than 24 inches)

    Light Exposure:

    • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily),
    • Partial sun/shade (4-6 hrs light daily)

    Native Locale:

    • Non-native