Lonicera canadensis (Fr: chèvrefeuille du Canada | En: Canada fly-honeysuckle)
Found in forests and woodlands, as well as occasionally in swamps. Canada honeysuckle is an attractive shrub both when flowering with its twin bell flowers and when fruiting with its conjoined red berries. The flowers seem to almost glow in dim condition, and attract many moths. It is an excellent choice for a shrub to plant under a tree or another shadier area.
Height: 1 meters to 2 meters
Bloom: April to May
Sun: part shade to shade
Moisture: moderate to moist