Western white honeysuckle is a shrub or woody vine with attractive clusters or white or pale yellow flowers followed by red-orange berries in the fall. It is a well-behaved honeysuckle that does not have the aggressive tendencies of the invasive Japanese honeysuckle. It is a good choice for rocky soils, and attracts birds, butterflies and bees.
AT A GLANCE
|Sun exposure||Full to part shade|
|Bloom color||White, pale yellow|
|Mature height||4-8 ft|
|Mature spread||4 ft|
|Attracts||Butterflies, bees, birds|
|Notes||Bumble bee friendly. Will grow in rocky soil.|