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Honeysuckle

Description:

Large woody shrub with multiple small white flowers. Strong pleasant aroma.

Habitat:

Along rock wall near house

Notes:

Not sure which variety this plant is. Possibly native or invasive.


1 species ID suggestions

Japanese Honeysuckle
Lonicera japonica Lonicera japonica

1 Comment

TrevorStaker
TrevorStaker 6 years ago

Oooh, this stuff is a nuisance. It's a very widespread invasive exotic, having a habit for choking out space for native shrubs and wildflowers. Many parks make an effort to clear it out from forests. What really makes it so volatile is that the fruit is eaten by songbirds and spread around like crazy.

Kentucky, USA

Lat: 38.03, Long: -84.53

Spotted on May 1, 2010
Submitted on May 1, 2010

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