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Premium flower seeds. Every package includes approximately 50 counts of premium No filler Non-GMO heirloom untreated bulk perennial trumpet honeysuckle seeds.

Good for wildlife. A strong grower and no-maintenance vine, trumpet honeysuckle blooms prolifically and provides food and shelter for birds, bees, and caterpillars.

Easy to grow. Honeysuckle are easy to grow as long as you give them some sunshine and well-drained soil, in a sheltered spot. And once planted can live for years with a minimal amount of care.

Sow. Place seeds in the refrigerator for around 3 months for cold stratification. After this, plant the seeds and cover lightly with well-draining, moist soil. Place a plastic bag or tray over the seeds to retain moisture. Keep the soil moist and remove the cover once seedlings appear.

Use. Perfect for adding beautiful, lasting colour to spring borders, gardens, containers, or window boxes. And are easy to cut for a splendid spring bouquet and flower arrangements.

How to growing honeysuckle from seeds?

Prepare the seeds
You can start seeds indoors or sow them directly in the fall. To start seeds indoors, mix seeds and compost together and refrigerate for about 12 weeks.

Plant the seeds
In early fall, sow cleaned seeds 1/4 inch deep in an out-of-the-way spot in your garden. You can also place the seeds on the surface of a prepared potting mix and press them lightly into the mix.

Care for the seedlings
Honeysuckle seeds usually germinate within two to four weeks. Once seedlings emerge, provide them with bright indirect light and gradually acclimate them to outdoor conditions. When seedlings have developed a few sets of true leaves, transplant them into larger pots or a prepared garden bed.

Honeysuckle plants thrive in moderate temperatures, sunlight exposure, well-draining, rich soil, and regular watering. If your region does not have fertile soil, you might need to amend the area with fertilizer.

Honeysuckle is a perennial plant, so it will come back each year if you take care of it properly.

Honeysuckle seeds can germinate in 20–45 days, but germination can be improved by pretreating the seeds for 4–6 weeks of cold, moist stratification. You can also improve germination by planting seeds outside in the fall or early winter. 
In a warm greenhouse, seeds can start to germinate in 2–6 weeks. 
Honeysuckle is a fast-growing plant that can likely bloom during its first growing season. However, it could take up to 3 years for optimal blooming. Some varieties of honeysuckle can live for up to 20 years, with their first mature flowering starting in around their third year.

Honeysuckle is a fast-growing plant that will likely bloom during its first growing season. However, it could take up to 3 years for optimal blooming.

Here are some tips for encouraging honeysuckle to flower:
Water all honeysuckles in dry spells in the summer.
Feed with a general purpose fertilizer in the spring to promote good growth and flowers.
Avoid over-fertilizing or applying the wrong fertilizer.
Apply half a cubic foot of compost to the surface of the soil surrounding the plant to improve its color, growth, and blossoming.
Cut back flowered shoots by one-third in late summer.
To maximize flowers on posts and in tight spaces, cut back the side shoots, creating short spurs of 2-3 buds coming from the main stems.
In early spring, remove two or three of the plants largest canes to the ground. Repeat this process each year over a three year period to re-invigorate old plants.

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