HONEYSUCKLE: The genus Lonicera contains more than 200 species worldwide and is distributed in temperate and subtropical regions of North America, Europe, North Africa, and Asia. Most of the species are small trees or shrubs. Honeysuckle is cultivated in private gardens and in cities as an ornamental because of its large, fragrant flowers and brilliant red fruits.
Sweet Tea Honeysuckle
A delightful new compact Honeysuckle with creamy yellow, shell pink and white bicolor florets make this small vine or shrub a garden focal point. Lonicera Sweet Tea has a compact habit for a trellis or for cascading down a rock wall. Lonicera, or Honeysuckle, vines have huge, tropical-looking blooms on a cold-hardy plant. Unique, fragrant, bicolor florets attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
The plant has 2 stems. It is a little over 10″ tall at its maximum height and it has about 10 leaves. It looks like a typical deciduous vine or bush in the Fall in the North.
October 15 2012 Update
I planted it into the ground yesterday.
I will try to update later.