One of the Earliest Berries of the Season!
This unique plant produces an abundance of long berries. They appear in mid to late spring—even before strawberries are ready to harvest, perfect for those who can't wait for berry season. Honeyberry is a member of the honeysuckle family, and although it seems underrated, it's actually been a valued fruit plant for ages. Honeyberries taste like wild blueberries—they're delectably sweet and juicy. Technically, these plants can self-pollinate, but you'll need two different varieties to enjoy the full, bountiful harvest, like our Aurora and Tundra Honeyberries, planted 4-6' apart. As it's native to Russia, this plant is very cold hardy, so it's ideal for Northern gardens. Lonicera caerulea 'Tundra', 'Aurora'