Lonicera hispidula is a pink flowered honeysuckle.
Lonicera hispidula, California honeysuckle
In a shady area under a Coast Live Oak with, Poison Oak, and ferns, Lonicera hispidula
Lonicera hispidula, California Honeysuckle flower
Lonicera hispidula, California Honeysuckle, growing under Monterey pines near Monterey.
Lonicera hispidula, California Honeysuckle, with red berries in the fall.
Lonicera hispidula, Chaparral Honeysuckle, ten feet up in a bush
A climbing deciduous shrub with large pink flowers. Native throughout much of California and up into Washington. California honeysuckle can handle full sun to shade. It's drought tolerant. Use as a bank filler or groundcover. It has an edible berry but bitter. It seems to be deer proof. Hummingbird flower. It is hardy to about -10 to -15 degrees F. Its red berries are relished by the birds. Flowers yellowish at base, pinkish, in upper portion, grows in oak woodland, good in clay soil, with Symphoricarpos mollis, Salvia spathacea, Rhamnus ilicifolia, Heteromeles arbutifolia, Quercus agrifolia (dominant), Honeysuckles? Click here for more.