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Eurasian honeysuckle species such as Lonicera maackii (Rupr.) Herder and Lonicera tatarica L. have a long history as valued and widely planted components of both urban and rural landscapes, prized for their sweetly scented flowers, persistent

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Lonicera japonica Thunb., known as Japanese honeysuckle and golden-and-silver honeysuckle, belongs to the honeysuckle family and is native to eastern Asia, including China, Japan, and Korea ( He et al., 2011 ). L. japonica has been used as

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Germination of stratified seed was highest for immature fruit of red elder (Sambucus pubens Michx.), harvested in early August, and for fruit of Tatarian honeysuckle (Lonicera tatarica L.), harvested in mid-August. Neither specific gravity nor moisture content of the fruit were related to seed germination.

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Blue honeysuckle ( Lonicera caerulea L.), a member of Caprifoliaceae family, is a deciduous shrub that is also known as “Haskap” or “honeyberry.” Because of its extra-early ripening, high content of bioactive metabolites in fruit, and outstanding

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The genus Lonicera L., commonly known as honeysuckle, is a member of the family Caprifoliaceae and comprises more than 200 species ( Naugžemys et al., 2007 ). This genus is mainly distributed in temperate and subtropical areas, with several

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Lonicera japonica Thunb., commonly referred to as honeysuckle or Jin Yin Hua in Chinese, produces abundant fragrant flowers. Dried flowers and buds of honeysuckles are known as Flos Lonicerae, which has been a famous herb of traditional Chinese

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The genus of Lonicera L., commonly referred to as honeysuckle, has ≈180 species of deciduous or evergreen, bushy, candent, twining, or creeping shrubs distributed in Asia, Europe, and North America ( Huxley, 1992 ). Dried flowers and buds of

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plants. In addition, plants must grow well in containers to become a successful commercial crop. Three eastern U.S. native deciduous shrubs with ornamental potential for landscape use are american fly honeysuckle, hobblebush, and sweetbells. American fly

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Honeysuckles ( Lonicera spp.) introduced from Eurasia have a long history of popularity in the horticultural trade in North America. Tatarian honeysuckle ( Lonicera tatarica ) from Asia was in widespread horticultural cultivation in Europe and

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