Lonicera subspicata (san diego honeysuckle)

Lonicera subspicata (san diego honeysuckle)

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San Diego honeysuckle
This native evergreen honeysuckle grows up eight feet tall and twenty feet wide.  Yellow flowers bloom in the spring and summer and the red or yellow berries are edible. 
This plant is commonly used as a hedge, ground cover, or for bank stabilization. 


- Plant in part or full shade

- Tolerates a variety of soils including clay and decomposed granite with medium drainage

- Water once a month once established

- Hardy up to 5 degrees

- Deer resistant

- Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds, and bird

- Native to California