Newark, OH(Zone 5b)

This was growing alongside the road. I don't recall it having a scent. I have cuttings I'm going to attempt to root. What is it, exactly, other than really pretty and probably invasive as heck? Thanks in advance!

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Scotia, CA(Zone 9b)

http://davesgarden.com/showforumphoto.php?imageid=2142

Looks just like this honeysuckle and it is a vigorous grower {invasive} It has a lovely scent on warm evenings and I love it!

It is a Lonicera, there are several white forms and a couple of white species, I can't give you a species name but I can tell you its a honeysuckle for definite.

Lee's Summit, MO(Zone 6a)

It's bush honeysuckle aka Lonicera morrowii.

Newark, OH(Zone 5b)

Really? This was sprawling and vining along a ditch; it has really long tendrils and wasn't bushlike in habit. Does it still sound like lonicera morrowii? I'm not that familiar with the family, other than I love the smell of the scented ones. This one didn't smell. :-(

Petaluma, CA

Couldn't tell you the species, but I agree it's Lonicera.

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

this is honeysuckle , it has color is white or yellow and i have down here most yellow and it smell good scent and pull in back bottom and lick it taste sweet.

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