The Amur Honeysucle is a weedy species and will seed into a woodland area. The scientific name for this type of honeysuckle is Lonicera maackii.
Its bark is ridged and furrowed, and developes a gray-brown color. The dark green leaves hold late in fall and grow up to avout 3 inches long. The non-fragerance white flowers are 1 inches long and bloom in May and June. The pretty bright red fruit grow to 1 inch in diameter, and provide food for the birds and rabbits. It grows from 12 to 15 feet high and wide.
You can find this shrub in Northeastern China, Korea and some parts of the U.S.
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