road. It can be found on both sides of the pond. During the summer, after the flowers are
gone, it could be easily mistaken for a small maple tree. It's no relative of the maples,
though; it's actually a member of the honeysuckle family. In the fall it has drupes that look
like small berries; very different from winged maple seeds, and in the fall, its leaves turn a
somewhat purplish color. The bush doesn't get much taller than six feet.
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