Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’

Hall’s Honeysuckle
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Plant Type

Ground Cover, Vine



Overall Mature Size


Mature Height & Spread

Vine to 15-20′


Full to partial sun


Medium, Low Water

Flower Color


Bloom Time

Spring, Summer

Special Features

Attracts Birds, Butterflies, Coastal Conditions, Deer Resistant, Desert Conditions, Low Water Use, Shade Tolerant

Container Sizes

#1, #5

Natural Growth Habit


Sunset Garden Zones

1-24, H1, H2

Minimum USDA Hardiness Zone


Fast-growing evergreen to semi-evergreen vine with stems climbing to 15-20’ long with support. This popular and versatile variety is prized for its quick-spreading nature and delightfully-fragrant flower display. Rich-green foliage is accented with abundant clusters of frilly, sweetly-fragrant white flowers that appear late-spring through summer, eventually turning golden-yellow as they mature. A favorite for bees and hummingbirds. Flowers are followed by reddish-purple berries that attract various species of birds. Great for fences, arbors or trellises, or left to sprawl on slopes or hillsides as a soil-stabilizing groundcover mounding to 1-2’ high. This vigorous-grower can be invasive which should be considered when choosing a planting location. Tolerates heat and poor soil, prefers moderate watering in a well-drained soil, and thrives in a full to partial sun exposure.

USDA Zone: 4A-10B
Sunset Zone: 1-24, H1, H2

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