Lonicera morrowii

Photo Credit: 
Leslie J. Mehrhoff

New York's most common invasive honeysuckle (NYFA, see link). Hybrids of L. morrowii are also Level 1 invasives in the Finger Lakes Region.  Morrow’s honeysuckle invades open woodlands, old fields, and other disturbed sites. Fruits are eaten by birds and animals, rapidly disperses seeds. Shrubs form dense thickets crowding out native plants and trees. 

Plant Information

Common Name(s): 
Shrubs, Trees
Invasive Level: 
Level 1

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