Honeysuckle

Lonicera as a genus contains many species of woody shrubs and vines. The flowers vary from white to pink and yellow and the fruit are small, fleshy berries that are generally bright red or yellow but may also be blue to black in color. All members of the species have opposite leaves and the vines climb by twining.

Named for Adam Lonitzer (1528-1586) a German naturalist.

 

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Lonicera eaprifolium Sweet Honeysuckle
L. amoena var. arnoldiana (Arnold Arboretum)
L. chrysanthii Coraillne Honeysuckle
L. deflexicalyx  
L. flava Yellow Honeysuckle
L. fragrantissima Winter Honeysuckle
L. x heckrottii Everblooming Honeysuckle
L. henryi Henry Honeysuckle
L. hildebrandiana Giant Honeysuckle
L. japonica Hall's Honeysuckle
L. maackii Amur Honeysuckle
L. maximowiezii sachalinensis Sakhalin Honeysuckle
Lonicera morrowii Morrow Honeysuckle
L. nitida Box Honeysuckle
L. periclymenum Woodbine Honeysuckle
L. plleata Privet Honeysuckle
L. prostrata Creeping Honeysuckle
L. pyrenaica Pyrenees Honeysuckle
L. quinquelocularis Mistletoe Honeysuckle
L.sempervirens Trumpet Honeysuckle
L. syringantha Lilac Honeysuckle
L. tatarica Tatarian Honeysuckle
L. x tellmanniana Tellman Honeysuckle
L. thibetica Tibet Honeysuckle
L. tragophylla Chinese Woodbine
L. xylosteum Clavey's Dwarf
L. yunnanensis Yunnan Honeysuckle
   

 

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