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Japanese Honeysuckle
Lonicera japonica

Japanese honeysuckle is an invasive weed that threatens native plant habitats. More on this topic from Invasive Plant Atlas of New England.

• Family: Honeysuckle (Caprifoliaceae)
• Habitat: woods, thickets, roadsides
• Height: vine, trailing or climbing up to 30 feet
• Flower size: 1 to 1-1/2 inches long
• Flower color: white aging to yellow, sometimes with a pink tint
• Flowering time: April to July
• Origin: east Asia

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