Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) Once commonly planted to form hedges and enjoyed for its fragrant flowers, honeysuckle is no longer sold due to its invasive habits. It has bright red or orange berries which, like buckthorn, are eaten by birds and distributed in feces. Honeysuckle spreads out with weak but tenacious roots. All the roots must be removed or this plant will resprout, even if it looks dead.
The honeysuckle has red, orange or yellow berries that are spread by birds.