Common name : Yellow-net Honeysuckle
is a vigorous, twining, semi-evergreen honeysuckle.
ovate, dark green and yellow veined leaves.
In summer it bears highly fragrant, white flowers
that turn yellow. Glossy, black berries
in autumn. Plants benefit from a hard pruning every
2 to 3 years, in order to produce the best foliage
display and keep a bushy habit. Grows well in full
sun or partial shade. Max Height 6m. Flowers May
to August. Fruits August.