is an escaped ornamental that has become established along the lower foothills.
Leaves are glabrous (hairless) on both the upper and lower surfaces. The peduncle
(stalk supporting the cluster of flowers) is longer than the flowers. Flowers
are pink. L. tatarica is listed as a noxious weed in several eastern
Compare to Lonicera morrowii (not pictured). Leaves of L. morrowii
are pubescent on the underside and the peduncle is shorter than or equal to flower
length. Flowers of L. morrowii are white.