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Honeycup, Zenobia pulverulenta

The Honeycup (Zenobia pulverulenta) is a species of flowering plant of the family Ericaceae. It is natively found in the southeastern United States, including North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. It is a deciduous or partial-coniferous shrub.

The Honeycup grows to between 20 and 70 inches tall. The leaves are arranged spirally, oval to elliptical, and are 0.75 to 2.75 inches long. The bell-shaped flowers are white, about a half inch long, and sweetly scented. The fruit is a dry capsule.

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Honeycup Zenobia pulverulenta


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