Answer: Sounds as though you're overfertilizing your plant and it's growing vine and leaves, at the expense of blossoms. Your honeysuckle will bloom on stems produced on old wood, so when pruning in the fall, be sure to leave some of the old wood intact. Otherwise, you'll be pruning off potential blossoming shoots. Water regularly during the spring and summer, but withhold fertilizer until it perks up and begins blooming again.
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