Clusters of red trumpet-shaped blossoms with orange interiors appear steadily throughout the summer and into fall on woody stemmed vines. Discovered along the coast of North Carolina, its mildew-resistant foliage helps make this selection one of the best native honeysuckles.
Tolerates dry soil. Not overly aggressive, it can be used as a groundcover as well as a climber. Blooms on old wood so prune just after flowering. Bloom is heaviest in full sun.