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Honeysuckle

Lonicera

Description:

The plant is made up of twisting vines and shrubs that form arches. Most have leaves and are deciduous but some are evergreen. Some species of the berries are mildly poisonous. There are sweet smelling flowers that are bell-shaped. There is a bit of nectar at the base of each flower.

Habitat:

Anywhere but not in boggy soil. Native to the northern hemisphere.

Notes:

The leaves are oval shaped about 1-10 centimeters long. ________________________________________________________ The line is 10 centimeters long. To give you an idea how long the leaves are.

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chebeague11
Spotted by
chebeague11

Maine, USA

Lat: 43.71, Long: -70.15

Spotted on Apr 3, 2012
Submitted on Apr 17, 2012

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