Lonicera fragrantissima, commonly called winter honeysuckle or fragrant honeysuckle, is a somewhat stiff-branched, deciduous shrub with a bushy, spreading habit. Extremely fragrant (lemony), short-tubed, creamy white flowers appear in early spring before the leaves emerge. Flowers are followed by small, somewhat inconspicuous, red berries which mature in late spring to early summer. Great used as informal hedge of border. Frost and drought hardy.
|Botanic Name : Lonicera fragrantissima|
|Common Name : Winter Honeysuckle|
|Growth Type : Deciduous Shrub|
|Water Use : Low|
|Aspect : Full Sun/Semi-shade|
|Height : 2m|
|Spread : 2m|