Diervilla lonicera Mill.  
Family: Caprifoliaceae
northern bush-honeysuckle
[Diervilla diervilla (L.) MacMill., Diervilla lonicera var. hypomalaca Mill., Diervilla lonicera var. lonicera Mill., Diervilla trifida Moench]
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Paul E. Berry  
Etymology: Diervilla: for N. Dierville, 17th century French surgeon
Plants: erect to arching, perennial, 6"-36" tall shrub with round stems
Leaves: opposite, mostly oblong with a pointed tip, finely toothed, margins ciliate
Flowers: yellow to reddish, 5-parted, 1/2"-3/4" long, funnel-shaped, almost regular, inside hairy, 5 stamens barely longer than the petals; inflorescence a 3-7-flowered, compound-branched cluster (cyme); blooms June-July
Fruits: capsule
Habitat: dry; woods, forests, cliffs; in rocky soil
Conservation Status: Native
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Merel R. Black  
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Christopher Noll  
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Paul E. Berry  
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Matthew L. Wagner  
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