This attractive selection features profuse, heavenly fragrant flowers that begin white with a purple blush and later turn lemon yellow. Following this striking flower display are abundant, large clusters of bright red fruit. Belgica is hardy to about minus 25°F.
This very hardy, vining shrub is prized for its whorls of 2 in. long, intensely fragrant, yellowish-white flowers. Graham Thomas can grow 10 ft. or more in height and spread and is hardy to minus 25°F.
Blooming in February, Winter Honeysuckle is prized for its profuse, white, richly fragrant flowers, which are followed by bright red berries. Winter Honeysuckle is hardy to minus 30°F.