The Q&A Archives: Goldenflame Honeysuckle leaves turning yellow.

Question: I planted a Goldenflame honeysuckle this spring and the leaves have begun to turn yellow and mottled. Any suggestions?

Answer: It's normal for the oldest leaves to turn yellow and brown before they drop. Your honeysuckle will continue to grow new foliage all summer long. I usually cut the vines down in the winter time to remove the oldest foliage. Then in the spring, all the vines and leaves are fresh and new and I avoid the yellowing and browning of the older leaves. Enjoy your garden!

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