Poisonous Foliage Fruit: Description Black Twinberry is a woody, branching honeysuckle shrub semi-evergreen to fully deciduous in the Pacific Northwest. Seed Dispersal Mostly by birds but can be carried by other browsers (McLaughlin 2013). h�bbd``b`�$�AD�`��A9@�C� \�@B�"��$D N�wA,3 ћ����p�b``$��ϸ�@� r+% Berries considered poisonous. Morgan said that this berry comes with mixed reports – some argue that only the twinberry seeds are poisonous while the juice is safe to consume, while others persist that the entire berry is toxic. Cultivars, Improved and Selected Materials (and area of origin) Smith, Harlan I., 1929, Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes of British Columbia, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 56:47-68, page 63 Lonicera involucrata Banks ex Spreng. 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Tångavägen 5, 447 34 Vårgårda info@futureliving.se 0770 - 17 18 91 Fruit considered poisonous. The fruit or leaves were used to induce vomiting for purification or after poisoning. Tweet; Description: A large woody shrub about 1.5 meters tall (can grow to 5 meters tall). Common name: Twinberry Honeysuckle Plant Type: Deciduous Shrub Plant Height: 3’ – 8’ Spread: 3’ – 4’ Bloom Time: March – August Flower Color: Yellowish-Orange to Reddish-Purple; Black Berries with Reddish Bracts Exposure: Sun – Part Shade – Shade Soil Requirements: Moist Loamy/Sandy Soil. :v(�Pء��@g�3��t8��@g�3��t8��@[�M9_1_9_1_9_1_9_1_9_1_9_1_9_1_ك��^:��=��2;Qt��Dщ�E'��Q�?�1�c��F��o��F��o��F��o��F��o��F����^�b��W���0���yqDӝ�}���6���Ϸ���㴷]��# ���* ��� Since the European species of honeysuckle species are regarded as emetic and cathartic, they are better avoided in favor of something less dubious (Mozingo 1987). But they're not edible for humans. Lonicera involucrata, the bearberry honeysuckle, bracted honeysuckle, twinberry honeysuckle, Californian Honeysuckle, twin-berry, or black twinberry, is a species of honeysuckle native to northern and western North America, from southern Alaska east across boreal Canada to Quebec, and south through the western United States to California, and to Chihuahua in northwestern Mexico. Morphology: This is a deciduous shrub that grows to 6’ tall and 10’ wide. Best to tell the kids they're poisonous. It will grow on upland soils with moderate fertility but drought tolerance is lacking. Alaska to California. Black Bears, Grizzlies, and Ruffed Grouse are among the animals that forage on the berries of this honeysuckle. 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