Family, Honeysuckle. Color, white or light pink. Calyx, tubular, with 5 short teeth. Corolla, funnel-form, with the border deeply 5-lobed, three of the lobes rather larger than the other two. Bracts underneath the flowers long and narrow. Flowers, in pairs from the axils of one of two opposite leaves. Fruit, deep orange or red berries, united at base.

Leaves, thin, ovate, slightly heart-shape a1 base, acute or obtuse at apex. May and June.

A species escaped from cultivation, now become wild in sheltered, often rocky places, from Maine to New Jersey and westward to Kentucky. Other species will be found in the Yellow Group.