Utah Honeysuckle

Lonicera utahensis

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  • Utah Honeysuckle | Utah Honeysuckle (Lonicera utahensis) in Grand Teton National Park. Photo: NPS
  • Utah Honeysuckle | Utah Honeysuckle (Lonicera utahensis) in Grand Teton National Park. Photo: NPS
  • Utah Honeysuckle | Utah Honeysuckle (Lonicera utahensis) in Grand Teton National Park. Photo: NPS
  • Utah Honeysuckle | Utah Honeysuckle (Lonicera utahensis) in Grand Teton National Park. Photo: NPS
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Basic Information

Other names

Red Twinberry

Order

Dipsacales

Family

Caprifoliaceae

Size

3-6 ft

Leaf Color

Green

Blooming Season

Summer

Bloom Color

Yellow

Attracts

Bears, Ruffed Grouse

Danger

Berries are poisonous! Toxicity varies depending on factors such as age, weight and physical condition.

Utah Honeysuckle Habitat

Utah Honeysuckle (Lonicera utahensis) is common in rich forests and on mountain slopes.

Utah Honeysuckle Facts

Utah Honeysuckle is named for Adam Lonicer (1528 - 1586), who was a German botanist. The plant most often occurs in the understory of mature forests.

Utah Honeysuckle Distribution



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