Don't get me wrong, I like the scent of Lonicera japonica just as well as anyone but the problem is it just doesn't know any limits. It's kind of like another foreign vine you might be familiar with named kudzu - AKA "the vine that ate the south". You wouldn't plant kudzu would you?
|Honeysuckle on My Arbor|
It's a native to the United States
It's coral red flowers attracts and feeds hummingbirds.
Lush green foliage when not in bloom.
Doesn't become invasive.
Works well on fences, trellises, and arbors.
How can you propagate honeysuckle?
Greenwood cuttings taken in late spring and early summer after flower bloom are finished. For more on cuttings please read this post.