Lonicera species- New York, USA



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Red Berries for ID : New Windsor,New York : 21NOV17 : AK-20 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
Red berries in pairs on a shrub.
Seen in the last week of June.
Probably cultivated, not very sure.

Lonicera sp
These are the berries from New Windsor, New York. … had suggested Lonicera Sp.
likely Tartarian or bush honeysuckle. most likely escaped plant. one more of the ornamental import gone invasive, weedy, shading away native spring plants.




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