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What is the best way to trim back honeysuckle bushes in Las Vegas if you planted 2 last spring and their growth has been great but they are taking over the yard?

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2006-07-03 02:50:14
2006-07-03 02:50:14

I have honeysuckle growing over the entrance to an old cellar, and it grows rapidly every year. After it blooms, I cut it back to the desired point and it grows back every year. I use electric hedge trimmers. I am not sure what you mean about bushes. Mine are more of a vine, but are a rather old and large group that resembles a bush.

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