Lonicera japonica 'Halliana'
- Common Name(s):
- Hall's, Hall's honeysuckle, Japanese honeysuckle
- Aureorecticulata, Purpurea, Hall's Prolific, Michell's Rose
- Edible Plants, Poisonous Plants, Vines
Naturalized, rampant vine, difficult to control. It is capable of growing over plants and smothering them. Remove where possible and keep it away from landscape plants.
Classified as Highly Invasive
Alternatives that are less weedy:
- Evergreen, trailing or climbing vine; leaves simple, opposite, smooth margined or lobed in juvenile growth; flowers tubular, irregular shaped, 5-parted, white to pink or yellow, fragrant and bloom most of the summer; fruit a glossy black berry.
- 20-30 ft.
- White, fragrant flowers that fade to yellow; small black berries
- Fine to medium
- Sun to partial shade
- Poison Part:
- Poison Delivery Mode:
- Vomiting, diarrhea, pupil dilation, cold sweat, rapid heartbeat, respiratory failure, convulsions, and coma
- EDIBLE PARTS: Nectar can be sucked from flowers without harm.
- Toxic Principle:
- Vine with saponic and cyanogenic glycosides; fruits with carotenoids
- TOXIC ONLY IF LARGE QUANTITIES EATEN
- Found in:
- Weedy in disturbed areas, naturalized in forests and natural areas; landscape cultivated as a woody, ornamental vine
- Growth Rate:
- Climbing Method:
- Twining stems
NCCES plant id: 1085