Lonicera albiflora (Western White Honeysuckle)
Western White Honeysuckle is a shrub or woody vine with attractive clusters or white or pale yellow flowers followed by red-orange berries in the fall. It is a well-behaved honeysuckle that does not have the aggressive tendencies of the invasive Japanese Honeysuckle. It is a good choice for rocky soils, and attracts birds, butterflies and bees.
AT A GLANCE
|Full sun to part shade
|White, pale yellow
|Butterflies, bees, birds
|Bumble bee friendly. Will grow in rocky soil.
|Present in state
|Present in county and native
|Native to North America, but adventive & escaped in state
|Not present in state
|Present and rare, native in county
|Previously present, now extinct
|Questionable presence (cross-hatched, regardless of color)