Hi, I'm trying to identify this tree/vine/shrub. It still has its leaves though most other trees in the area have dropped theirs. It appears to be one of a kind but I'm guessing it's not native....is it a honeysuckle bush or something related? Located in Appalachians, N. Virginia. Woodland edge. I took pics of leaves, including undersides, a close-up of leaves which are compound and opposite. I don't see hairs on leaves but stem is somewhat "velvet-y". I read somewhere that Asian Lonicera plants have hollow stems....this plant does not have hollow stems but then I've probably got the Lonicera part all wrong! The plant is about 6 ft and is beginning to look like a vine. It is not bittersweet (Asian) and I don't think it's a rose...there is Rosa multiflora in the area. Thanks for all suggestions!