Yes on the honeysuckle, but grape leaves are great tortoise food and the vines do great in our climate in full hot sun all day. You can also do Cape Honeysuckle, and also look into lavatera, and blue hibiscus. Not really vines, but great tortoise food plants.Looking for a fast growing tortoise safe vine that is relatively low water in Southern California any suggestions
I assume too much in response to posts sometimes.That won't live outside in SoCal you tropical climate livin' baboon!!!
I'm calling you names because I'm jealous of your climate and state...
I have seen that giant pothos of which you speak. I thought it must be something else, but I followed the vine down to the ground and went "HOLY SH**!" out loud. I'e never seen pothos leaves get that big, and its just growing wild everywhere. My friend just mows it down with the brush hog to keep it under control.I assume too much in response to posts sometimes.
You probably will too once you've moved here.
There is Pothos here everywhere growing wild with leaves 20" across.
I take for granted that it isn't all over the country