Coral Honeysuckle is a high-climbing, twining vine, up to 20 ft. long, with smooth, glossy, paired, semi-evergreen leaves and 2-4 flowered clusters of red, tubular blooms followed by bright-red berries. Leaves are ovate to oblong with smooth, rolled down margins and a blunt or short pointed tip. This vine has showy, trumpet-shaped flowers, red outside, yellow inside, in several whorled clusters at the ends of the stems. The papery, exfoliating bark is orange-brown in color, and the fruit is a red berry.
Lonicera sempervirens, Coral Honeysuckle
Height: 20'. Orange-red blooms with yellow throats appear in spring through fall. Prefers sun. Deer resistant. Native plant. Attractive to pollinators.