The New York Botanical Garden
Plants of U.S.A.
Caprifoliaceae Lonicera japónica L.
det. M. Nee, 2009
Indiana, Monroe Co., 9 km SE of center of Bloomington.
Parking area for fishing, at E. Stipp Road, W edge of Lake
Monroe, an artificial lake. With deciduous forest with some
Pinus strobus on slope above road and fringe of trees,
including Diospyros virginiana, and shrubs below the road,
where the water occasionally rises.
39°05’55”N, 86°27’50”W. alt. 175 m.
NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN
Common. Vines to several meters high. Flowers strongly
fragrant (9:45 A.M., sunny), visited by a swallow-tail
butterfly; corolla white, fading to creamy yellow.
Coll.: M. Nee 56376
7 June 2009