Twining Honeysuckle

photo by Rob Routledge CC BY

Limber Honeysuckle, Glaucous Honeysuckle

Twining Honeysuckle is a climbing vine (3-9 ft) with pairs of leaves. The pairs of leaves join and form a cup around the stem.

Clusters of yellow-orange trumpet-shaped flowers form between the pairs of leaves at the end of stems from May to July and deepen to purple before developing into clusters of round orange-red berries.

Twining Honeysuckle grows in woody or rocky areas.

Did you know? The trumpet-shaped flowers are popular with Hummingbirds.

See Also: Twinberry Honeysuckle