What Is a Honeysuckle?

Bush honeysuckles are deciduous shrubs ranging from 6 to 20 feet, with pairs of tubular flowers. Honeysuckle vines are woody vines with leaves ranging from 1 to 3 inches long.

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Angie Briggs has been a health and fitness writer since 2006. Her articles have been published on eHow, LIVESTRONG.COM and GardenGuides. She graduated from Thompson Institute with a diploma as a computer support specialist and received certification from CareerStep as a medical transcriptionist and medical language specialist.