|Grid reference||ST 19486 78120|
|Origin||North East Asia|
|Status||GB Champion 2013|
|Height||6M March 2015|
|Girth||124cm at 20cm January 2015|
The Lonicera chrysantha is located on the south side of the brook, opposite Cressy Road. (Next to the railings in the February photograph is the Alnus glutinosa 'Imperialis' covered in ivy.)
General tree description
This is a small tree that grows to about 5 metres in height. It has oval, pointed leaves, broadly tapering or rounded at the base, 5 to 12 cm. long and about half as wide. From May to June it has twin flowers, each pair on a stalk 1.2 to 2 cm long. The flowers are cream, becoming yellow, and fragrant, 2cm long. They are followed by coral-red berries.