Diervilla lonicera

Diervilla lonicera

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Dwarf Bush Honeysuckle Category:

Description

Larger sizes available at nursery!

Soil: Xeric (Dry)
Sun:
Sun to shade
Height:
1-3′
Color:
Yellow
Bloom:
June-July
Flowers:
Bell-shaped, yellow flowers in clusters.
Leaves:
New shoots start out copper-colored and turn to green. Reddish color in the fall

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Suggested Uses:

  This a beautiful low growing shrub that is excellent for shoreline restoration projects. It is good for stabilizing slopes and the upland zone of the shoreline. It grows on sandy sites and wooded areas. It has lovely foliage and flowers that provide interest to the landscape, without obstructing the view!

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Interesting Facts

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More Information: Suckers from the base can be divided and replanted.   Foliage may turn red in fall.
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Other Name:
Northern Bush Honeysuckle

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Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
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