(George Hall, New York, USA 1862)
Flowers pure white, fading yellow with age. Considered to be the typical form by some authorities.
Introduced by the Parsons Nurseries, Flushing, New York, USA in 1862, they called it “Hall`s Honeysuckle”, and in the UK about 1880.
The cultivar ´Hall´s Prolific´ is regarded as an improvement over this older clone because it is less prone to mildew and therefore advised.