|8′ to 10′||Full sun||Zones: 3b|
|# Per Bundle||Bundle Type||Size|
|25||Rooted Cutting (RC)||12″-18″|
|25||Rooted Cutting (RC)||18″-24″|
Freedom Honeysuckle is a vigorous shrub that was introduced by the University of Minnesota because of its resistance to the witches’ broom aphid. Its primary use is in windbreak and shelterbelt plantings and as a background screen in large areas. Foliage is bluish-green in color with a fine texture. Plant habit is somewhat loose without pruning because of its vigorous growth rate. Flowers are cream colored with a pink tinge. Fruit is a bright red berry which provides a nice contrast with the blue-green foliage.