The Honeyberry Bundle 4 pack is perfect if you are having a hard time trying to decide which delicious varieties to plant. This bundle includes four late blooming varieties each in the one gallon container listed below.
Aurora Honeyberry is quickly becoming the standard for fresh eating honeyberries. While not as deeply pigmented or nutritious as other varieties, it has a higher sugar content and larger berry size than most varieties.
Tundra™ Honeyberry is a fast-growing, high-yielding cultivar developed at the University of Saskatchewan for its large, early-ripening, very blueberry-like fruit.
Indigo Treat Honeyberry is a sweet and slightly chewy blueberry- like berry perfect for eating fresh. Honeyberry is a species of Honeysuckle.
A vigorous and productive plant with an upright growth habit, Berry Blue™ Honeyberry grows to be the largest of the varieties we offer. Reaching up to 8 ft. in height, Berry Blue™ Honeyberry produces abundant, large, sweet and tasty berries.
Honeyberries are a very hardy and unique small shrub related to Honeysuckle but with sweet and tasty fruit. Native to Eastern Siberia, the Russian Far East, and Northern Japan, they are valued for their tasty, blueberry-like fruit. They are also extremely early ripening, often two weeks before strawberries. And finally, they are exceptionally hardy handling temperatures to minus 40 degrees F., or below. They are great for fresh eating, juicing, and preserves.
Late Blooming Honeyberry Varieties
These varieties bloom up to 2 months later in the NW region than the early blooming varieties. Later blooming means that more bees and other insects are available for pollination and fruit set is significantly better. These varieties are also good for east of the Cascade Mountains, and other colder regions of the US.