Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle
The Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle, Lonicera tatarica, originated in Southern Russia and Turkistan. Tatarian Honeysuckle is a tolerant, reliable shrub with good flowering and fruiting habits. It grows in sun or partial shade and any garden soil. The fragrant pink flowers are produced in mid-spring.
The red, orange or yellow fruit is most ornamental during the summer. Fruit and flower colors vary with the cultivar. Tartarian Honeysuckle is widely distributed throughout the US. Neat appearing shrub for screens and windbreaks. Dependable and hardy. Pale pink buds open to masses of white blooms.
|Mature Height||10 - 12 feet|
|Mature Spread||10 - 12 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Full Shade|
|Flower Color||Pink and White|
|Fall Color||Blue, Green|
Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle.
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The following excerpt is from the Ohio DNR web site: "These vigorous shrubs shade out native vegetation, particularly in the woodland understory. They are able to out-compete native wildflowers for light and other resources. Bush honeysuckles green up earlier in the spring than most other plants, giving them an advantage over other species. Each produces abundant amounts of seed which are spread by birds and other animals."
Instead chose Americana, Flava or Sempervirens variety.
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