Answer: Japanese honeysuckle is semi-evergreen in your gardening region and should remain outdoors rather than inside. Your plant sounds as though it is going through some stress because of the lower light levels and warm, dry air indoors. Take it back outside and bury the pot in the ground in a protected area (near the foundation of your house for instance) to keep the roots from freezing solid. Next spring, cut back all of the winter damaged stems and new shoots should develop at the base of the plant. Best wishes with your plant!
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