Some honeysuckles are vines; others are shrubs. Limber honeysuckle is intermediate; it can be a low-climbing vine or a lax shrub.
- Family: honeysuckle (Caprifoliaceae)
- Habitat: rocky woods and thickets
- Height: 3-7 feet
- Flower size: 3/4 inch long
- Flower color: pale yellow, orange, or purplish
- Flowering time: May to June
- Origin: native
The flower color of limber honeysuckle varies quite a bit. This plant was photographed in Bruce County, Ontario; we don't usually see such strongly red flowers in Connecticut.
Limber honeysuckle produces red berries.