1. Requirements for soil conditions Honeysuckle does not have strict soil requirements. It can grow and bloom on gravel mountain coarse-grained soil, limestone brown soil and general saline-alkali land. 2. Requirements for moisture conditions Honeysuckle has strong drought resistance. On coarse-boned soils with a soil moisture content of about 10%, generally tree species are already wilted, and honeysuckle still grows and blooms normally. When soil moisture conditions are suitable, the plant grows well, has a large crown, and high yield. When the soil moisture is too high, the leaves are prone to yellowing and falling off. 3. Requirements for temperature conditions Honeysuckle has a wide range of temperature adaptations. It can safely overwinter at minus 33 degrees in winter, germinate and spread leaves when the temperature is above 5 degrees in spring, and new tips grow fastest at 20-30 degrees in summer.