Honeysuckle seedlings are native to China and are distributed in all provinces. Temperate and subtropical tree species are highly adaptable. They are sunny, overcast, and cold-resistant. They are also resistant to drought and moisture. They are not strict on soil requirements, but they grow best on moist, fertile, deep sandy soil, and have hair tips twice a year in spring and summer. The root system is dense and well-developed, and the stem can take root when it spreads to the ground. Enjoy the sun and a mild, humid environment, strong vitality, wide adaptability, cold and drought tolerance. Pregnancy buds bloom on new branches that year. Soil requirements are not strict, and both acidic and saline-alkali land can grow. It has a well-developed root system and strong rooting power. It is a good soil and water-retaining plant, and can be grown on hillsides, river embankments, etc. In shaded places, poor growth. A semi-evergreen perennial vine that endures winter; young branches are reddish-brown, densely yellow-brown, developed stiff rough hairs, glandular hairs and short soft hairs, and often hairless in the lower part.