Lonicera japonica ‘Genbel’ SWEET ISABEL

(Peter Dealtrey, Maldon, Essex, UK, 2003)

Lonicera japonica 'Genbel'Leaves smaller than in all other cultivars. Flowers white, fading yellow, upperlip erect, lower excessively reflected, more than in other cultivars. The internodes of the flowering branches are very short, especially on the end of the twigs. This cultivar was discovered in South Africa by Peter Dealtry, where this Lonicera japonica have a flowering time of nearly 11 months a year.

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