Fragrant Grove Honeysuckle Overview
Lonicera acuminata is an evergreen vine, native to East and Southaast Asia. It produces vigorous woody stems, with glossy green leaves and red-yellow tubular flowers in the spring and summer, these are followed by purple-black berries. Commonly known as Fragrant Grove or Vine Honeysuckle, it is occasionally sold as Henry's Honeysuckle (Lonicera henryi) and Lonicera giraldii which were thought to be a slightly different species until recently.
How to propagate Fragrant Grove Honeysuckle
You can propagate from seeds in the autumn or spring or from cuttings in summer or late autumn.
Special features of Fragrant Grove Honeysuckle
Train up wires or trellis to cover unsightly walls
Other uses of Fragrant Grove Honeysuckle
Grown for fragrant, year-round flowers which attract bees in the day and moths at night. Suitable for flower arranging. Suitable for coastal conditions.