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    Tatarian Honeysuckle
       Deciduous Shrub
HEIGHT:9 - 12 feet
SPREAD:6 - 10 feet
DISTINCTIONS:White to deep rose flowers in early summer; red fruits in the fall; excellent survival.
LIMITATIONS:Weak wood, branches break easily.
HARDINESS:INT, SC, SE (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Southern Russia to central Asia
CULTIVARS:‘Alba’ pure white flowers.; ‘Arnold’s Red’ dark red flowers; beautiful profuse blossoms; not hardy in Int.; ‘Beavermor’ hardy in INT.; ‘Grandiflora’ (‘Bride’) large white flowers.; ‘Hack’s Red’ flowers are a deep purplish red.; ‘Le Royana’ dwarf; poor flowerer.; ‘Lutea’ pink flowers; yellow fruit.; ‘Morden Orange’ pale pink flowers; orange fruits.; ‘Nana’ flowers pink; dwarf, 3’ tall.; ‘Rosea’ flowers rosy pink outside, light pink inside.; ‘Sibirica’ deep rose flowers.; ‘Valencia’ upright, compact form; orange fruits.; ‘Virginalis’ large, rose pink buds and flowers.; ‘Zabelii’ Zabel’s Honeysuckle; dark rose pink flowers; dull, bluish green leaf; not reliable in Int.
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