Japanese Honeysuckle

Japanese Honeysuckle is a common vine around our homes in Northern Virginia. It’s perennial–meaning it does not die back, and it’s a non-native invasive.

Japanese Honeysuckle

Few animals eat it, so it’s been very successful at out-competing native plants.  So while its flowers are sure smelling fine these days, Miz Flora strongly recommends not letting those cute little new shoots get a hold in your garden!

Japanese Honeysuckle


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