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Gold Flame is a more vigorous variety with more intense flower color. It’s frequently seen as a twinning vine but can  be pruned as a rounded, free-standing shrub.Its extremely fragrant flowers bloom in the summer, with sporadic ones blooming in the fall. These flowers may also be followed by some beautiful red berries in the fall, adding to their interest against the blue-green leaves. 


Height (mature): 10-15 ft

Spread (mature): 3-6 ft.

Fruit Color: Red

Botanical Name: Lonicera × heckrottii 'Gold Flame'

Bloom Time: June to August

Flower Color: Rose pink with yellow inside

Foliage Colors: Blue/green

Sun: Full sun to partial shade

Special: Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, deer tolerant

Type: Deciduous


This is a popular twinning vine known for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds! They’re heat tolerant and a great addition to any landscape with its yellow or red blooms. Because of their versatility and abundance, maintaining honeysuckle vines are easy! Most do best with some type of support, taking well to a nice sturdy fence, trellis, or post. Many varieties also perform well in containers with a trellis as long as they get a regular watering, but otherwise just the occasional watering will suit this vine just fine!

Honeysuckle 'Gold Flame'

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