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Bush Honeysuckle Diervilla lonicera
Honeysuckle Caprifoliaceae family


Leaves: Leaves are egg shaped,opposite,toothed and grow in pairs. 2-5" long.

Flower: Yellow funnel shaped flowers, usually growing in 3's. Flowers may be slightly irregular, are about 3/4" long, and grow from the axils or at the ends of the spreading branches.

Form/habitat:Grows in dry rocky places during the late spring and summer. Plant is 1-3' high.



Text by Morgan Jenkins for CES301.

NWI Status:FAC


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