- Bicolor, hot pink and yellow tubular flowers
- Fragrant flowers attract butterflies
- Award of Merit winner
- Non-invasive, vining habit
- Ornamental red berries sometimes appear in autumn
One of our favorites for adding vertical interest, fragrance and eye-catching color to the summer garden! A profusion of bi-colored, hot pink and yellow tubular flowers perfumes the garden air with a sweet fragrance-and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Goldflame Honeysuckle has a non-invasive vining habit that's ideal for planting on a trellis, fence or arbor near entrances, walkways and benches where visitors can admire its beauty and sweet scent. Ornamental red berries may follow the flowers in the fall. An Award of Merit winner, it grows best in full sun to part shade. Zones 5-9.