Honey-cup | Virtually unknown Appalachian native shrub to about 4' tall and a bit more in width. In late spring, the branches are clothed in pendulous white to pale pink bell-like (campanulate) flowers that are honey scented. Full sun or light shade are best with even moisture. And since it is an ericaceous plant (blueberry and azalea native) it likes a little bit of acid fertilizer from time to time. Choice and hard to find!