Berries forming - Florida 11-29-02
The buds are a dark purplish color and lighten as they open. Also, the new growth has some purple coloration. Notice how the bloom cluster stems emerge from the center of the veins of the last pair of fused leaves which is very unusual. Shown at the end of March.
Photo taken in March, central Ca, zone 9
Pretty much evergreen here in zone 7a. Blooms from mid March through frost.
Hardy and attractive to birds and insects, a great addition to a carefree garden.
Bright berries contain seeds.
Coral honeysuckle, photo taken at Ladybird Johnson willflower center,Austin, Texas.
Sempervirens, introduced to our garden in the fall of 2004
Trumpet Honeysuckle April 2005
This one seems to be everblooming.
Wonderful Stark Coral - pretty 6 finger Trumpet Lonicera
Foliage early in spring.
Year 3 - Plant survived hard freeze - Heartily Blooming Liberty Hill TX
Coral Honeysuckle 6 fingered. Blooming April 2007 Liberty Hill TX
Native vine loved by hummingbirds, evergreen in zone 9, Florida.
lonicer bloom braving the snow in january
Growing on my lamp post. Hummingbirds are crazy for it!
Love the splash of tropical colors these blooms provide!!
Early spring blooms of the Lonicera sempervirens. 2009
Lonicera sempervirens blooming in the early morning raindrops of Spring 2010 in Northeastern Oklahoma.
It's difficult to keep wild honeysuckle from invading and tangling with the coral honeysuckle.
Lonicera sempervirens - Trumpet Honeysuckle
close up of flowers in June
Bright spring blooms late winter zone 9b Winter Springs, FL 2012
April 21, 2012
Thanks to an abundance of bumblebees, this year's Lonicera sempervirens (Coral honeysuckle) has never looked better.
A patch of Coral Honeysuckle, now several years old. We are absolutely inundated with bumblebees!
May 20, 2013
Coral honeysuckle in my yard. The original plant has been in the family over 100 years.
Coral Honeysuckle growing up an old chimney with woven wire support