Lonicera canadensis
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Hardiness Zone: 3-7 Height: 3-7 feet; 1-2 metres Spread: 3-7 feet; 1-2 metres Sun: Part shade to full sun Water: Moist to dry Wildlife: The nectar is attractive to the Ruby-throated Hummingbird. The fruit is eaten by various fruit-feeding birds including the Robin and Cardinal. Bloom Colour: greenish-yellow Culture: Easily grown in average soils in light shade to full sun. It prefers cool woods and consistently moist soil but will tolerate drier soils. Noteworthy Characteristics: American fly honeysuckle is a native perennial shrub that grows to about 2 meters in height. It is loosely branched with slender twigs and spreads slowly. From April-July it flowers with fragrant greenish-yellow blooms which are arranged in groups of two at the end of a long stem. The fruit is a fleshy red berry. Garden Uses: Mixed border