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Lonicera xylosteum

Fly honeysuckle (aka dwarf honeysuckle) was introduced from Eurasia and now occupies most of the northeast quadrant of North America. It is a leggy shrub with hollow, arching branches that give it a rounded growth form. In New England, it shows up in forest edges and is tolerant of disturbed conditions and poor soils. Its creamy white flowers, blooming in May

250 RSD