Height and Spread Honeysuckle shrubs can grow up to 3 to 4 metres in height and may have a crown width between 3 to 4 metres.
Hardiness Zone 2
Preferred growing conditions Likes full sun or partially-shaded sites. Can tolerate drought.
Form Honeysuckle shrubs are a large with leggy branches that spread outwards.
Flower/seeds White flowers grow in pairs from the leaf stem in branchlets. The flowers turn into berries.
Leaf Honeysuckle leaves are smooth, deep green ovals that may be up to 7 cm long and 3 cm wide.
Bark/wood Bark is greyish-brown.
Berries Red berries that are a half a centimetre in diameter.
Pruning Prune to keep shape.
Sometimes the shrub will loose its leaves; however, there is no explanation why this occurs.