|This summer, I bought a large Hall's Japanese Honeysuckle to grow on my terrace in a container (it's still in the original Monrovia plastic pot). It was flourishing out there (with full sun for about 6 hours a day) until I brought it indoors in November, worried about how it would survive frost. It receives lots of indirect sun, but no direct sun. Lots of leaves are yellowing & turning brown (and yet there are new shoots at the base). Should I leave it outdoors for the winter? If so, how can I protect it from frost? Or is it ok to keep it in the house? If so, are the dying leaves a normal consequence of moving it & will it eventually taper off? I can't see any signs of pests.