• Lonicera fragrantissima and Lonicera standishii cross.
  • Grows into a dense and well-branched shrub about 1.5-2.0 m high, its branches bend delicately forming arches and develop in all directions.
  • Its broadly lanceolate leaves with sharp tops and smooth margins appear in early spring, they are dark green with a visible picture of cream-coloured veins on their smooth margins.
  • Blooms in winter on leafless branches displaying fragrant white flowers which become 1.5 cm in size and develop in pairs along the pedicels; their corona petals are snow white in hue, joined funnel-like and contain stamens with yellow anthers on their tops
  • Produces fine, ball-shaped red berries.
  • Serves decorative purposes in the early stage of its lanceolate leaves development and when displaying numerous ornamental white flowers; its pedicels can be used for arranging bouquets.
  • Good for growing in gardens, suitable for natural and trimmed hedges, can be grown in different pots as a decorative pride of balconies, patios and terraces.
  • Prefers sunny or partially shaded position.
  • Drought tolerant and cold hardy.