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A very hardy and unique small shrub, Honeyberry is a species of Honeysuckle with sweet and tasty fruit. While the Honeysuckle family consists of over 200 species of vines and shrubs, almost all them are used solely as decorative plants. This edible and very hardy species is native to Eastern Siberia, the Russian Far East, and Northern Japan, where, from ancient times, the native people have gathered and consumed the fruit in large quantities. Honeyberry is valued for its tasty blueberry-like fruit, its extremely early ripening, often two weeks before strawberries, and for its exceptional hardiness, to minus 40° F. or below. Great for fresh eating, Honeyberry also makes delicious preserves. While Honeyberry can be grown throughout the US, some varieties have proven better adapted to our maritime Northwest growing conditions. The late blooming varieties Blue Velvet™, Blue Moon™, Blue Forest™, and Blue Pacific™ set and ripen significantly more fruit in our region. The other varieties grow well but bloom earlier, after our short and mild winters, and generally set less fruit because of the lack of bees and other insects available for pollination.

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Berry Blue™

Berry Blue™

A vigorous and productive plant with an upright growth habit, Berry Blue™ grows to be the largest of the varieties we offer. Reaching up to 8 ft. in height, Berry Blue produces abundant, large, sweet and tasty berries.
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$ 19.95 Available in the Spring
Blue Belle™

Blue Belle™

A moderately vigorous bush with a more spreading habit, Blue Belle™ grows 4-5 ft. in height with equivalent spread. Blue Belle™ bears good crops of large, roundish, deep blue and tasty berries.
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$ 19.95 Available in the Spring
Blue Bird™

Blue Bird™

Blue Bird™ is a medium vigor, upright growing bush that will reach 5-6 ft. in height. Blue Bird™ bears many large, long, dark blue, sweet and tasty berries.
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$ 19.95 Available in the Spring
Blue Forest™

Blue Forest™

Large, deep green foliage, compact, spreading form, and large, dark blue, tasty fruit distinguish this attractive and productive variety.
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$ 19.95
Blue Hokkaido™

Blue Hokkaido™

A very popular variety with Japanese Honeyberry growers, Blue Hokkaido™ features an upright growth habit and very large, sweet-tart, crisp and flavorful, dark blue berries.
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$ 21.95
Blue Lightning™

Blue Lightning™

A very popular variety from the Russian Far East, Blue Lightning™ grows to about 5 ft. in height and bears good crops of sweet-tart, dark blue, flavorful berries.
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$ 19.95 Available in the Spring
Blue Mist™

Blue Mist™

Selected from a group of Japanese Honeyberry seedlings at our nursery, Blue Mist™ produces abundant crops of very tasty, sweet-tart, large berries. An attractive shrub, it features a spreading form and dark green, soft velvety foliage.
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$ 21.95 Available in the Spring
Blue Moon™

Blue Moon™

A very attractive, compact and spreading shrub. Blue Moon™ features soft, dark green, velvety foliage and bears good crops of large, tasty, dark blue fruit.
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$ 19.95
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