Family, Honeysuckle. Color, whitish. Calyx, swollen at base, with 5 short teeth. Corolla, hell-shape, the limb with 5 spreading lobes bearded inside. Stames 4 or 5, joined to the corolla. Fruit, a snow-white, waxy berry. Flowers, one or two, or a few clustered in the axils. Leaves elliptical or broad in the middle, opposite, short-petioled. June to August.

Rocky shores and dry river-banks. A shrub, low and branched, under 4 feet in height. Often cultivated, but native in the northern States.