Hi First off, I'm very much the beginner gardener. I have a himalayan honeysuckle that in the 5 years I've lived in this house I've never touched. I didn't even know what it was until a few months ago. It's very leggy and has no foliage until about 5 feet up. Directly in front of it is what I believe to be a 'red robin' photinia. It's pretty big and blocks the sun from getting to the himalayan honeysuckle, which I assume is why its so leggy. We did take the photinia back to about 5 feet tall from around 8 feet last spring. I've read that himalayan honeysuckle can be cut back as far as leaving only 6 inches above the ground, but considering the photinia is so dominating, would this be too drastic? Would my best option be to give the himalayan honeysuckle a good cut but also to try to move it so its gets more sunlight?