Coral Honeysuckle - Lonicera sempervirens
This native vine is a striking plant and a prolific bloomer, attracting hummingbirds and other insects. It's easy to propagate from softwood cuttings which is how I started this one growing on a garden fence. It starts blooming in march in Zone 7B-8 where we live, and continues until we get a frost. it's quite hardy and as vigorous as the more well known non-native honeysuckles that grow everywhere and smell so sweet. Plant this one along a fence, on an arbor, or any other place where it will get some support.