Honeysuckle

Location: slope between Mississippi and parking garage
Approximate blooming period: May - June

Halls Honeysuckle ‘Halliana’, Lonicera japonica

Origin: China, Korea, Japan
Habitat: Hardy to USDA Zone 5
Height and Form: 15 to 20 feet, a twining, climbing vine or prostrate and trailing groundcover 
Foliage and Bark: leaves turn a bronze or purple in the fall 
Flowers, Fruits and Seeds: flowers are white and fade to yellow. Fruit is small and black 
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Amur honeysuckle, Lonicera maackii

Origin: East Asia 
Habitat: Hardy to USDA Zone 3 
Height and Form: a large deciduous shrub or small tree 
Foliage and Bark: medium-green leaves, gray or tan bark 
Flowers Fruits and Seeds: long white fragrant flowers that fade to yellow, red fruits in the fall that attract birds 
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