What flower is that?

Bush Honeysuckle
Photo credit: © Francis R. Underwood

This plant is a shrub which grows up to three feet tall.  The leaves are oppositely arranged and the leaf margins are toothed.  The flowers are usually in groups of three. They are five-parted, yellow in color, and shaped like a funnel.  This plant grows in dry soil, often in rocky woods. It blooms from early June until mid-August.



Botanical Name:

Diervilla lonicera

Common Name:

Bush Honeysuckle


Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle Family)

  Dry soil in rocky woods

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