Honeyberries

A unique species of Honeysuckle, Honeyberry is a very hardy, small shrub native to eastern Siberia, the Russian Far East, and northern Japan. Very early ripening, Honeyberry is valued for its sweet and tasty Blueberry-like fruit and for its exceptional hardiness, to minus 40° F. or below. Great for fresh eating, Honeyberry also makes delicious and nutritious juice and preserves.  Honeyberry bushes typically grow from 3 – 8 feet tall, with oblong berries 1 inch or more in length, depending on the cultivar. They are known as haskap in Japan, and honeyberry in the Canada and the USA.  A good replacement for blueberries if you do not have acid soil. Currently much work on breeding is being done with new varieties each year for commercial production. 

Blue Sea - This unique and productive variety is prized for its good crops of crisp, very large, sweet and flavorful fruit. With its spreading form and soft, dark green foliage, it is also a fine ornamental in the yard or landscape. In container 1'-2' tall $18.95 

Blue Pagoda - Widely grown in northern Japan, this valuable variety is prized for its abundant crops of large, flavorful, sweet, crisp and juicy fruit. An attractive, upright shrub, Blue Pagoda grows 4-5 ft. in height. Ours are potted  1'-2' plants ready to go  $18.95