Winter and potted Coral Honeysuckle

christy2828(8a)September 3, 2007

I have a Coral Honesuckle that I bought this spring that is in a container on my deck. The container is about 3' x 8" x 8", and it is vining up some lattice that goes about 9 feet up. It has made it to the top and then some, but has not flowered this year. I'm in zone 6b, and I've read that they are hardy to zone 4. I'm wondering if I need to give it extra protection during the winter because it is in a container. Can anyone offer any advice about overwintering these in containers? Thanks :) Christy

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