Native to Japan, Lonicera Japonica Dart's World, commonly known as Japanese honeysuckle Dart's World, is covered from June to September with flowers punctuated with intense pink, white and yellow, with a powerful and enchanting scent.
This ornamental climber, with twining stems, adorns pergolas, trellises, fences, trellises, arbors and can even be used as a ground cover to enhance an embankment. The Japanese honeysuckle Dart's World, with its semi-evergreen foliage, stretches 1 to 2 meters and can climb 2 to 4 meters.
A friend of bees, Lonicera Japonica Dart's World is easy to grow, resistant to –25 ° C and not very susceptible to pests and diseases. It appreciates a rather draining soil, with a location in the sun or in partial shade.
To ensure a beautiful intensity of flowers, it is enough, once a year, to fertilize, to prune old or weak stems. While its abundant bloom alone enhances a corner of the garden, Japanese honeysuckle Dart's World provides an interesting effect paired with other varieties of honeysuckle, clematis, or a climbing rose.