Botanical Name: Lonicera 'Chojnow'
Height: Up to 10 ft.
Depth: Plant at same depth as in shipping pot.
Sun/Shade: Full Sun to Part Shade. More sun will give you more flowers.
Color: White with purple
Foliage: Leaves are purple-green when young and turn green with age.
Blooms: June - September
Fruit: Red berries from August to October.
Flower Form: Small clusters of flowers
Soil Requirements: Well-drained soil. Tolerant of drought and dry soils once established, but either may reduce flower production and growth.
Growth Rate: About 3 feet of growth per year
Pruning: Most honeysuckles should be lightly pruned, only when the need arises. They look their best and produce the best flowers when left to grow freely. However, if you want your plant to be really imposing, you should devote the first 1 - 3 years to establishing and forming it. After planting, cut all the stems at 1/3 of the height to promote strong branching at the base.
Comments: Very fragrant and floriferous. Attractive light green foliage contrasts wonderfully with the white & purple blooms. Vines are completely covered from top to bottom with blooms.
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