Japanese honeysuckle
Lonicera japonica
Family- Caprifoliaceae, includes Viburnums


Warning to Tress: this imported vine is aggressive

Characteristics are variable in Honeysuckles,
but none have teeth.


Leaves: Opposite, Simple, Untoothed, Green on both sides. Upper leaf not united as in some honeysuckles,
About 7 cm long, Hairy

Stem: Densely Hairy

Stalk: Densely Hairy

Flowers: Tube-shaped, White or Yellowish, blooming April to July

Fruits: Black berries, seen from September to November.

Growing Method: Twining stems. High climbing

Location: Old South St.

Hairy Stalk