(1) The root system is well-developed and adaptable: honeysuckle is in an environment below 3 degrees Celsius, physiological activity is quite weak, and growth is extremely slow; above 5 degrees Celsius begins to germinate new branches; new tips above 16 degrees grow rapidly and begin to nurture flower buds; buds grow well around 20 degrees Celsius. Tree-shaped honeysuckle - Jinhua No. 3 has a well-developed root system and a stout main root. Capillaries are as dense as a net of plants. In addition to medicinal use, cultivation in mountainous areas can maintain soil and water, improve soil and regulate climate; planting in plain sand dunes can prevent wind and sand fixation, prevent soil compaction and reduce the harm of disastrous weather. Honeysuckle is suitable for a wide range of applications. It can grow regardless of mountainous areas, plains, sticky sandy soils, slightly acidic and alkaline soils. It can grow normally between 5.0 and 9.5 with organic matter content of 0.5-0.6%, and foliage under the condition of hydrolyzed nitrogen with organic matter content of 0.5-0.6%. It can also grow well in barren deserts. (2) Strong growth and strong stress resistance: Whether on the flat ground at the top of the mountain or in the ravines and mountains, honeysuckle foliage is very rich. It not only has extraordinary stress resistance, is resistant to drought and flood, and is resistant to severe cold and barren.