The Q&A Archives: browning hals honeysuckle leaves

Question: I moved my young Hal's Honeysuckle inside for the winter and its leaves are browning at the ends. More/less water? Fertilizer?

Answer: Hall's honeysuckle thrives in full sunshine, but pouts in shady areas. Since yours is indoors, it isn't getting the sunshine it craves. I'd water it when the top inch of soil dries out and nurse it along until it can go back outside again. When you take it out, prune the vines back to within a few inches of the container. New shoots will develop, and healthy new leaves will appear.

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