This vigorous variety of lysteria is of dense and very ramified growth, with fine and graceful wood.
Its foliage is semi-evergreen in regions with mild winters and is particularly remarkable throughout spring and summer: the young shoots have a red tint, the foliage stays golden for a long time, turning light green in summer.
In July- August, GOLDEN LANTERNS are covered in abundant clusters of flowers with light pink petals turning white with very decorative dark red sepals. They make place for numerous, very ornamental dark red fruits, with purplish black berries. They last long into the autumn and are appreciated by birds.
This bright selection should be planted individually, in groups or in a mixed hedge.
Cut back short at the end of winter.