Family, Honeysuckle. Color, pale greenish yellow. The specific name comes from the blue berry. Leaves, oval or inversely ovate, 1 to 1 1/2 inches long, blunt at apex, rounded at base, slightly fringed around the margins, opposite, pale green beneath. Flowers, tubular, the calyx very small, the corolla with a 5-parted spreading border, in pairs in the axils, with short peduncles. In fruiting the two ovaries become united into one and produce a double, roundish, blue black, edible berry. June.
Low grounds, swamps or bogs, from Pennsylvania to California and northward.