type of honeysuckle shrub that is very common is the red rum
honeysuckle shrub. This deciduous honeysuckle shrub will grow
to a height of from eight to twelve feet, and have a mature
spread of twelve to fifteen feet. The flowers are white and
mature to yellow as the summer progresses. The bright red
berries of this honeysuckle shrub persist into the winter
months. The upright vase shape of this honeysuckle shrub makes
it a great candidate for a privacy screen when planted in
type of honeysuckle shrub is the winter honeysuckle shrub.
The strong lemony fragrance is emitted from creamy white flowers
that emerge in the spring, before any leaves appear. This
honeysuckle shrub has ovulate, dark green foliage that will
often have a bluish tint. Hardy in zones four through nine,
this honeysuckle shrub is a fast grower that prefers full
sun, although it will grow in partial shade. They will reach
a mature height of six to ten feet and an equal mature spread.
third honeysuckle shrub is the Pink Tatarian. This honeysuckle
shrub originated in southern Russia, and is very tolerant
and reliable. The fragrant pink flowers of this honeysuckle
shrub are produced in mid-spring, and remain until late August.
The fruit is very ornamental in the summer. The blooms are
often white, but will vary by cultivar. This honeysuckle shrub
is hardy in zones three through eight, and with a mature height
of ten to twelve feet, also makes a wonderful privacy screen.