The Mediterranean honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa) belongs to Caprifoliaceae (the Honeysuckle family). It is a deciduous woody vine that is native to southern Europe; especially on the Mediterranean coast and in southern and central Spain. This vine usually grows appears in open forests, and untangles adjascent trees. The leaves are elliptic and opposite. The flowers are bilabiate, turn from pink to yellow-white once opened. The Mediterranean honeysuckle is characterized by having two welded bracts at the base of the inflorescences. The inflorescences are sessile; and appear immediately on the bracts, in globose groups. The fruit is reddish berries, which appear in pairs, and are not edible.