Honeysuckle, Peaches and Cream Honeysuckle (Lonicaera periclymenum Peaches and Cream)

by Mackey's Farm

The flowers on this great selection from Ball Horticulture look too tropical to be hardy but looks can be deceiving! While 'Peaches and Cream' has the colorful bloom that says tropics, it has a tough, twining vine form and drought resistant, cold resistant, poor soil tolerating resilience to tough it out in most any northern landscape. And with these sweet smelling, bi-colored Honeysuckle flowers of peachy-pink and creamy white, who wouldn't want to add this easy growing vine to trail and twine on any fence or trellis in their landscape? The flower show will be a real satisfier starting in mid to late May and continuing through late June and early July and the butterflies and hummingbirds attracted will add to the outstanding color show. 'Peaches and Cream' will grow well in full sun or half a day sun and, while a vine and aggressive growing, it is responsive to pruning and as easy as any vine to grow where you want it to grow.

Color: Pink Shades
Height: 10-15 Feet
Spread: 10-15 Feet
Zone: 4-8 
  • Tough, twining vine form
  • Resilient and hardy
  • Fragrant peach-pink and white colored flowers
  • Blooms late May into July
  • Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds

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