- Flower nameLonicera morrowii
- Scientific nameLonicera morrowii
- Aliasキンギンボク, 瓢箪木, Lonicera morrowii, Morrow's honeysuckle, bush honeysuckle, Morrow's
- Place of originJapan, Korea and China
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Seashore, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Lonicera morrowii
Lonicera morrowii , bush honeysuckle,Morrow's or Morrow's honeysuckle, (scientific name: Lonicera morrowii) is a deciduous shrub of the honeysuckle family, native to Japan, Korea and China. Native to the mountains and coasts of Hokkaido to Honshu. From spring to early summer, two white long and narrow flowers bloom from the axils. The two flowers open at the same time, split up and down two, and the ovary is connected at the bottom. The flower color is white at the beginning of bloom and later yellow.
Common name: Lonicera morrowii , Scientific name: Lonicera morrowii, Also: bush honeysuckle,Morrow's or Morrow's honeysuckle, Tree height: 1-2 m, phyllophy: opposite, leaf shape: oval, leaf margin: whole edge, flower color: white → yellow, corolla length: 0.7-1.2 cm, flowering period: April-June, fruit Type: berries, fruit shape: spherical shape of 0.6-0.8 cm, fruiting period: July-September, fruit color: red, fruit: toxic.