Tripple Brook Farm


Common Names: H

hairy lipfern
Cheilanthes lanosa
hairy spiderwort
Tradescantia hirsuticaulis
Sempervivum tectorum
Herniaria glabra
hog peanut
Amphicarpaea bracteata
honeysuckle, northern bush
Diervilla lonicera
honeysuckle, smooth-leaved
Lonicera dioica
honeysuckle, trumpet
Lonicera sempervirens
honeysuckle, winter
Lonicera fragrantissima
honeysuckle, woodbine
Lonicera periclymenum 'Graham Thomas'
Mentha suaveolens
Monarda punctata
Phyllostachys aurea albovariegata
Phyllostachys aurea flavescens inversa
huckleberry, black
Gaylussacia baccata

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Catalog as of January 02, 2016


(Caprifoliaceae - honeysuckle family)
Honeysuckle. Over 150 species of shrubs and vines. In many species the flowers are showy, and in some they are very fragrant. Cultivated extensively as ornamentals, and occasionally for edible fruit

Lonicera dioica - May 23 Lonicera dioica - May 23 Lonicera dioica - Jul 10 Lonicera dioica - Jul 10
dioica decid shr • ht 4-6' • zones 2-7

smooth-leaved honeysuckle

native, hedge - screen, dry - moist, sun - shade
e and cent N Amer

The leaves, which are smooth with waxy undersides, are paired on the stems and often joined to each other at their bases. The overall effect is much like that of juvenile eucalyptus foliage. The flowers clusters, which appear in late spring, are in their own way are quite exotic and showy. Bright red fruits, which are eagerly consumed by birds, follow in summer. When among other plants will sometimes twine upwards in vine-like fashion. Often grows naturally in dry, rocky situations.

cat # 6M3G
$13.95 each / 3+, $13.50 ea

fragrantissima semi-evgrn shr • ht 8' • zones 5-9

winter honeysuckle

fragrant, hedge - screen, sun - part shade

A broadly rounded shrub with thick, oval leaves which are evergreen in mild climates. The small, creamy-white, very fragrant flowers appear in early spring, or during winter in warm areas.

cat # 6M3H
$13.95 each

periclymenum 'Graham Thomas' decid vine • ht to 20' • zones 5-8

woodbine honeysuckle

new, native, screen, sun - part shade

Similar to Hall's honeysuckle, this vigorous selection flowers from spring until fall with sweetly perfumed blossoms opening cream and aging to yellow, even within the same flower cluster. Large sprays of frayed flowers have a Brussels lace appearance and are fragrant in the evening. Prefers humus-rich soil with roots in the shade and flowers in the sun. Low maintenance, but has not proved to be invasive. Will tolerate clay soil and alkaline soil.

cat # 6M3OC
$14.95 each / 3+, $14.50 ea

Lonicera sempervirens - Sep 19 Lonicera sempervirens - Oct 9 Lonicera sempervirens 'Prolifica' - Aug 21
sempervirens semi-evgrn vine • ht 20' • zones 5-10

trumpet honeysuckle

native, screen, wildlife, sun - part shade
e and cent US

Bears 2" long flowers, bright orange-red outside, yellow inside, in summer. Evergreen in mild climates. Tolerates partial shade. Attracts hummingbirds.

cat # 6M3S
$14.95 each / 3+, $14.50 ea

sempervirens 'John Clayton' semi-evgrn vine • ht to 20' • zones 4-10

yellow trumpet honeysuckle

native, fragrant, screen, sun - part shade
e and cent US

Similar to the species form, described above, but grows in a more compact, restrained manner. Bears clear yellow, fragrant, tubular flowers through the summer and into the fall. The plentiful, bright red berries, which are sought after by birds, provide a colorful complement to the flowers. This selection is notably resistant to powdery mildew. Named for a botanist of colonial Virginia.

cat # 6M3SK
$14.95 each / 3+, $14.50 ea

sempervirens 'Prolifica' semi-evgrn vine • ht to 20' • zones 4-10

trumpet honeysuckle

native, screen, sun - part shade
e and cent US

Similar to the species form, but tends to be a bit more shrub-like does not climb quite as actively. Bears 2" long flowers, bright orange-red outside, yellow inside, from early summer until late fall.

cat # 6M3SP
$14.95 each / 3+, $14.50 ea