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Mystery Bush ID

 
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I have a lot of plants I need to ID on my new property, but this is the first with an open flower. Can anyone help? I'm in Central Maine, zone 4/5, on a semi-wooded lot of mostly green ash and pine surrounded by farm fields...I have a guess as to what this is, but I'd like to see if anyone knows for sure!

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Some type of Bush Honeysuckle? Maybe Japanese Honeysuckle?
 
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That's what I thought! We'll see what it smells like when the rest of the flowers open. If we're right, I'm going to be impressed with my field guide skills...
 
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