The Q&A Archives: Honeysuckle vine

Question: I have a honeysuckle vine and a Trumpeter vine. The leaves are abundant and healthy. The vines grow almost out of control. The problem is I have had these vines for 3-5 years and not once have I ever had flowers. They never bloom. There are not even buds on them EVER!!! What is the problem.

Answer: About the only thing that will keep your vines from flowering is lack of sufficient sunshine. Both need all day sun. Without, they will run rampant, but will never produce flower buds.

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