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Honeysuckle Arnolds Red
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Honeysuckle Arnolds Red, or Lonicera arnolds red, is a prized honeysuckle cultivar of the tatarian honeysuckle with bright red blooms in the spring. Arnolds Red Honeysuckle is a tall fast growing shrub that is a good choice for windbreaks. As a strong flowering shrub, it is able to withstand drought and temperature extremes. For a flowering hedge or hedge screen plant 6 - 8 feet apart in the row.
Arnolds Red Honeysuckle is a flowering plant with a high tolerance for salt and alkali and has moderate water requirements. This flowering shrub is commonly used in areas where planting is difficult and mostly for wildlife food plots.
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