Honeysuckle in a flowerpot ready for planting in the garden. Springtime, gardening concept.

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Honeysuckle in a flowerpot ready for planting in the garden. Springtime, gardening concept.

By Mary Ellen Ellis Propagating honeysuckle can be done in several ways. To expand the reach of this pretty, shade-creating vine in your garden, follow these tips and guidelines. Why Honeysuckle Propagation? There are types of honeysuckle vines that are invasive and in some regions grow out of control, creating a real problem. If you have ever battled this fast-moving vine, you might wonder why anyone would want to propagate it. The non-invasive honeysuckle is a desirable garden plant for pretty flowers, a lovely scent, and for creating shade as it climbs trellises, walls, and other structures. Although honeysuckle grows quickly, you may want to propagate in your garden to give it a boost and to let it reach more spaces or create more shade. How to Propagate Honeysuckles There are several ways to propagate this vine, from using honeysuckle seeds to cuttings, and a strategy called layering. Choose your

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