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Twinberry Honeysuckle

Observed: 18th July 2013 By: dejayM
Biological Recording In ScotlandHighland Biological Recording GroupOrkney Biodiversity Records Centre
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Description:

Strong upright shrub, most often in gardens but found in several 'wild' places here. Thrives and spreads in shelter. Under-recorded in Scotland (NBN)
Lonicera involucrata ledebourii; Bearberry Honeysuckle, Twinberry Honeysuckle and Bracted Honeysuckle
CORE EDIT
Changed Post title to Twinberry. True California Honeysuckle may be Lonicera hispidula.
2015 Edit - added a Tag ONLY

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No interactions present.

Comments

lavateraguy's picture

The location seems to have been misplaced ...

... it is mapping to an office? building in St. Albans.

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St Albans

Origin 18th July 2013
I HATE that location mapping thing!
Thanks.
PS. I had allowed iSpot to Locate me - my Virgin Server is in St.Albans

David Trevan's picture

Nice plant!

Nice plant!I have grown this species for some years both at home and in the grounds of our local FE College. A very underrated plant.

David J Trevan

dejayM's picture

plant, plant, plant!

Yes, I'm going to plant it - everywhere!
Did you know there is only ONE in the whole of Ireland (NBN)?