Answer: Cape honeysuckle is a vigorous grower but most of the growth is up, not out. If you prune it back a bit each year (recommended to keep it healthy), it shouldn't compete with your other plants. All of your plants should be happy in their nursery containers until you can plant this winter. Group the plants so the pots shade one another (roots can bake in nursery pots if subjected to hot summer sunshine). Your plants will be happy with their heads in the sun and the pots somewhat shaded from hot afternoon sunshine. I would group them together or try to set the pots in the shade of a shrub or decorative boulder to keep them from overheating.
Best wishes with your new landscape!
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