showy fly honeysuckle, Bell's honeysuckle USDA PLANTS SYMBOL: LOBE
Lonicera x bella Zabel [morrowii × tatarica]
Synonym(s): showy fly honeysuckle, whitebell honesuckle, showy bush honeysuckle

Bell’s honeysuckle is a hybrid between Lonicera morrowii and Lonicera tatarica . It is a bushy, perennial shrub that can reach up to 10 ft. (3 m) in height. Leaves are oval, opposite, entire and from 1-3 in. (2.5-7.6 cm) in length. Flowering occurs in the spring to early summer, when white or pink flowers develop in the axils of the leaves. Fruits are red berries that are eaten and spread by birds. Bell’s honeysuckle is native to Asia and occurs along forest edges, roadsides and fields.

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