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Honeysuckle Removal Tool - Removes many types of invasive or unwanted shrubs and bushes

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The Trouble with Invasive Honeysuckle Bushes

The Honeysuckle Popper (aka Shrub Buster)

The Popper is a very strong lever tool that uses the power of an 8:1 leverage advantage to remove shrubs.  It lifts them out of the ground by exploiting them at their weakest point: FROM BELOW.


Honeysuckle Popper and Honeysuckle Popper Lite

Best Way to Kill Invasive Honeysuckle

You can remove invasive or unwanted bushes up to 12-15 years old with this tool, and its guaranteed to work FASTER and EASIER than any other shrub removal tool.

Honeysuckle Popper and the Honeysuckle Popper Lite are heavy duty, high strength tools

Remove Honeysuckles by the roots

The solid steel tip slips between the roots so you can engage the hard 'bottom' of the bush and lift it out, taking most of the roots with it.

6 image display of how the Honeysuckle Popper works
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Mister Honeysuckle
PO Box 135
New Lebanon, Ohio 45345


The Invasive Honeysuckle Threat

The Bush Honeysuckles, primarily Lonicera mackii & Lonicera tatarica and their hybrids with one another, were introduced into New York State by presumably well-meaning people who remembered them from Europe and Asia as vigorous ornamentals that provided lots of flowers, plenty of red fruit, food for birds, and a quick, easy hedge and privacy fence from the neighbors. For many years they fulfilled these valuable functions quite well in cities and suburbs of the Northeast, but there was a problem. The problem stemmed from all that red fruit, and from three unfortunate facts:

  1. Birds and mice like to eat the fruits, birds and mice are mobile, and birds and mice spread their droppings widely.
  2. Wherever the droppings of birds and mice fell, new honeysuckles sprang up, first by the thousand, then by the million. They are spreading right now. They are probably in your yard as you read this, plotting to take over your property and make it their own.
  3. Left unchecked, they will grow and reproduce right under your nose. They will shade out trees, grass, other bushes, and anything else you may want to grow. They will block your driveway.

No matter WHAT, you've got to KILL those honeysuckles and buckthorn and all those other invasive bushes too, before they destroy your woods and take over everything. The popper is one good, effective tool to add to your invasives fighting toolbox.

Man and a woman holding honeysuckle Popper and Honeysuckle Popper Lite

Shrub Buster Pricing



The Honeysuckle Popper uses the power of leverage to lift honeysuckles and other invasive bushes out of the ground from below. A 180 pound person can apply over 1800 pounds of upward pressure against the solid root crown that bush honeysuckle and most other shrubs so conveniently have.