Pink Honeysuckle (Lonicera hispidula)

Pink Honeysuckle

  • Climbing Versatile Shrub
  • Deep, Rosy Pink Blooms
  • Super Fragrant Butterfly Magnet
  • Tolerant, Hardy, Fast Color
  • Hummingbird Friendly

The fragrant and easy care Pink Honeysuckle (Lonicera hispidula) will have pollinators and hummingbirds flocking to your garden! Sometimes commonly known as Hairy Honeysuckle.

Unusual curly petals in rosy-pink, almost lavender. Then the blooms open to light pink and release their sweet fragrance! Highlighted by bright yellow accents and stamen like fireworks!

Climbing over anything of your choice, Pink Honeysuckle will even ramble over the ground as a graceful groundcover!

Spring to early summer blooms burst from the ends of these fast growing vine. Tall enough to bring the fragrance and beauty eye level!

Planting in full sun to partial shade with well-drained soil is ideal. Honeysuckle are hardy and drought-tolerant and tough in clay and occasional flooding!

Honeysuckle are great additions to your pollinator garden, trellis, arbor, fence, or anything unsightly you’d like to hide!

Let it ramble over your mailbox, climb along your stair railing, or on a trellis by your patio, anywhere you’ll be able to enjoy the scent and the visitors that will be flocking to your garden!

Clusters of jewel-like red berries show off in fall and call birds for a feast! You won’t be the only one to enjoy this beautiful plant.

Pink Honeysuckle (Lonicera hispidula) Details

Common name Pink Honeysuckle
Botanical name Lonicera hispidula
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 6-8
Growth rate Fast
Height 8 - 10 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time After Foliage Yellows
Flower color Purple, Pink