A Tasty, Early Treat
Honeyberries are the underrated early berry of fruit season. These sweet members of the honeysuckle family taste a lot like wild blueberries. After little, white, early-spring blooms, the berries appear in abundance from late spring to early summer. It's easy to grow and very cold hardy, as it is native to Russia. It's also rarely of any interest to deer, and typically free of diseases and pests. Technically, Borealis can self-pollinate, but you'll need two different varieties to enjoy the full, bountiful harvest. We suggest planting our Aurora and Borealis Honeyberries 4-6' apart.