A selection of our native lonicera that was found at the Abington Episcopal Church, White Marsh, Va by members of the Virginia Native Plant Society and named for colonial botanist, John Clayton, who was also president of the Virginia Society for Promoting Useful Knowledge (which this certainly is). This vine is rather compact growing and is a repeat blooming, yellow-flowered form. It is not fragrant or invasive. Deciduous in all but the warmest zones. Quite lovely, don’t you agree? Zones 4 - 9.