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Fragrant Honeysuckle | Winter Honeysuckle is available in 3 sizes:
The Winter Honeysuckle (Lonicera fragrantissima) flowering shrub is one of the most fragrant shrubs blooming in late winter to early spring. The creamy white flowers that pop out all over the branches are sure to delight the senses with their clean fragrant scent. Also known as Fragrant Honeysuckle, this early bloomer makes a fast growing fragrant shrub hedge. These wonderful blooms become red berries as spring turns into summer.
This fragrant shrub offers great landscape variety as well as a wildlife shrub. With limited pruning, Winter Honeysuckle is a shrub form honeysuckle and not as invasive as most other honeysuckle varieties. Lonicera fragrantissma matures in 6' to 10'. This is a strong branched shrub and not a vine honeysuckle.
For an informal fragrant flowering hedge, space the Fragrant Honeysuckle 5 feet apart.
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