Answer: Silver Lace Vine responds well to severe pruning in the spring. By cutting it back to nearly ground level you'll encourage new growth, which will have healthy new foliage. It isn't unusual for unpruned vines to become leggy and produce new leaves only at the tips of the stems. Wait until next spring and prune your vine back. I know it sounds barbaric, but if you prune it all the way back, it will respond beautifully with lots of new shoots. Enjoy your garden!
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