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Morrow’s Honeysuckle

This large shrub has white or pink flowers that are in pairs or dark orange berries. The petals are long and thin extending out from the center with tall stamens each with a fat yellow stigma. The leaves come in pairs and are usually bright to dark green.

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Wildflower Details

Scientific Name:Lonicera morrowii
Native:No, designated invasive
Growing Season:Spring and early summer
Soil Type:Disturbed areas, near water sources
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Habitat:Foothills to Montane
Family:Honeysuckle