bush honeysuckle

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Synonyms for bush honeysuckle

a honeysuckle shrub of southern Russia to central Asia

bush honeysuckle of southeastern United States having large crowded clusters of sulfur-yellow flowers

spreading bush of northeastern United States having small clusters of fragrant green and yellow flowers

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When bush honeysuckle invades a forest, for example, it soon replaces most of the native understory, forming a near-monoculture of bush honeysuckle.
The project includes removing non-native or invasive species such as the bush honeysuckle, common reed (Phragmites), common buckthorn and multiflora rose, which have taken over much of the acreage and are comparatively poor habitat for birds.
Canopy mid- and overstory consisted predominantly of oaks (Quercus sp.), loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), bush honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii), privet (Ligustrum sinense), tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipfera), sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), and rusty blackhaw viburnum (V.
Page 3: Common Bush Honeysuckle Fix this sprig's six cherubic wings aloft the page, make them worshipful of the three (fading) clustered trumpets' blare, and below--Asclepias' showy orange lure for the Painted Lady who'd sip its bitter tonic--the same that's steeped for a bronchitic child, the one soul-pressed at her window above a garden-blaze of evening primrose, risen full beneath August's waning moon.
On the other hand, bush honeysuckle Lonicera x purpusii carries creamy- white scented flowers throughout the winter, and those in tight bud are unharmed by the elements.
Tartarian honeysuckle, twin- sisters Lonicera x bella Zabel Bush honeysuckle Lythrum salicaria L.
Invasive bush honeysuckles in deciduous forests typically leaf out several weeks before the tree canopy (Barnes and Cottam 1974).