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Lonicera fragrantissima
Winter Honeysuckle

The leaves of Winter Honeysuckle, while at first glance looking like those of a Lilac, often lie above the stem plane, and occur on stems that are not as stiff and straight as those of the genus Syringa (the latter may also have some leaves that are subopposite, as well as opposite).


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