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History in the United States

Morrow’s honeysuckle was imported in the 1800s for use as an ornamental, for wildlife food and cover as well as for soil erosion control. Widely planted through the 20th century it is recognized as highly invasive species impacting natural areas as well as managed parks, gardens and other lands.



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