Honeysuckles (lonicera) flourish in any ordinary garden soil, but are usually sadly neglected in regard to pruning.
lonicera, including Caprifolium and Xylosteum (Honeysuckle).
The one known as lonicera bella alba does not differ very much from the common white form of the Tartarian honeysuckle.
In lonicera Periclymenum a second whorl of stamens more or less petalodic sometimes occurs.
Kirschleger mentions a variety of lonicera Caprifolium, which was not only destitute of petals but of stamens also.
The English call them wild honeysuckles, and at a distance they really have a resemblance to the honeysuckle or lonicera.
One Clematis carpellis imberbibus, and the lonicera are met with.
The Elders are already unfolding their leaves, and a lonicera is in freshest bud.
At 8,500 feet, Pendulous lichens becoming plentiful, lonicera villosa.
In the woods about Amwee, Eugenia is very common: noticed on the route lonicera.