Lonicera hirsuta

A vine covered with glandular hairs. Found on in thin forests and rich, rocky slopes on calcareous stone.  The leaves are oval, and the yellow, sticky flowers bloom in a whorl on a stalk above the uppermost pair of leaves, which are united into a distinctive disc. 

Seedling

Lonicera hirsuta seedling
Note rounded leaf tips and veining.
R. Parker

Plant Information

Common Name(s): 
hairy honeysuckle
Type: 
Native
Vines
Moisture: 
Moist
Light: 
Part Sun
Soil: 
Rocky/Stony
Recommended for gardening

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