This native honeysuckle makes a sprawling ground cover grows at the drip line of coast live oaks, spreading to cover much of the ground in the shade of the tree. A clean neat and tidy honeysuckle that looks as little like a honeysuckle as it does a native. A very good looking plant for southern California landscapes. Use in small planters that cannot handle bigger plants, a little afternoon shade, a little extra water, a rock or two, a little redwood mulch, and you have a clean shiny good for wildlife planting.
great for a bird garden and a butterfly garden.
flower color is yellow.
fruit is edible.
Communities for Lonicera subspicata denudata: Coastal Sage Scrub.