Winter honeysuckle is a wonderfully fragrant bush! A singe mature plant can put off enough of the light airy scent that it can be smelled 15-20 feet away, or even further with a little help from the wind.
The small creamy white flowers appear all along the braches in February, and can continue into April.
It is an adaptable fast growing plant. Left unpruned, it will produce gracefully arching branches, and reach 6-7 feet tall and wide. The bushes can also be trimmed into hedges.
Plant it where it can receive full sun or part shade.