Lonicera sempervirens Cedar Lane

Cedar Lane Honeysuckle

Bright coral-red, tube-shaped flowers attract pollinators and hummingbirds. The sweetly scented flowers bloom throughout summer. They are larval hosts to the spring azure and the snowberry clearing. This is an excellent source of nectar and pollen in late summer for butterflies and bees.

Grow on a trellis or fence with openings for the vines to twine around.

  • Native vine
  • Hummingbirds love the trumpet-shaped, coral-red flowers
  • Ideal supported on trellis, fences, or arbors

  • Category: Vine, Native
  • Hardiness Zone: 4-9
  • Height: 10-20 ft
  • Spread: 3-5 ft
  • Bloom Color: Coral, Red
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Landscape Characteristics
Flowers
Fragrance
Classification by Use
Color Impact
Drought Tolerant
Groundcover
Native
Specialty Use
Butterfly Garden
Wildlife Garden
Animal Resistance
Deer Resistant
Habit
Climbing
Spreading
Light Requirement
Sun
Part Sun
Foliage
Deciduous
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Spring
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Summer
Growth Rate
Fast
Soil Moisture
Average Water
Well-Drained
Foliage Color
Gray
Green
Growing & Maintenance Tips for Lonicera sempervirens Cedar Lane

Prefers average, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. More sun means more flowers. Tolerant of drought and dry soils once established. Blooms on the previous year's growth and new growth. This is a twining vine and needs a small to medium-width support to climb. Ideal on a trellis or open fence.