Winterizing a Hummingbird Vine

How do you winterize a hummingbird vine that is in a pot or one that has been planted in the ground?

By Bill from Denver

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I live in eastern PA, (we get winters that may dip as low as ten below); and I don't do anything to mine before winter, except to prune it back a bit. (They grow so well, it gets unwieldy.) One thing you do need to do: remove any seed pods you find; this vine can proliferate and become invasive very easily!

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