Blue honeysuckle berries

Blue honeysuckle, or honeyberries, are a delicious alternative to blueberries.

beautiful berries on a white background by Epitavi. honeysuckle berries and bird cherry on a white background

beautiful berries on a white background by Epitavi. honeysuckle berries and bird cherry on a white background

Edible Blue Honeysuckle Berries ??

Honeyberries, the Edible Blue Honeysuckle: A Fruit for Cold Climates

Four-wire hedgerow trellis for raspberries.  These are going into our backyard garden this Spring - in raised beds.

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Four-wire hedgerow trellis for raspberries. These are going into our backyard garden this Spring - in raised beds.

Haskap Berry Info: How To Grow Honeyberries In The Garden - Honeyberries are a treat that really shouldn’t be missed. What are honeyberries? This relatively new fruit has actually been cultivated in cooler regions by our ancestors. Find out more about this fruit in the article that follows.

What Are Honeyberries: Honeyberry Care And Growing Information

Haskap Berry Info: How To Grow Honeyberries In The Garden - Honeyberries are a…

An old fashioned delight!

Honeysuckle Iced Tea

An old fashioned delight! Japanese honeysuckle, don't know if the rest of them are ok to eat.) Not going to try with our Honeysuckle.

Blue honeysuckle! Cold-hardy plant with edible berries that apparently taste like a mix between blueberries and raspberries. Want.

Common Name: Blue-Berried Honeysuckle, Blue Honeysuckle, Sweetberry Honeysuckle, Edible Honeysuckle, Haskap - Lonicera caerulea

Berry Blue Edible Honeysuckle: A unique member of the Honeysuckle family native to Eastern Siberia. This very hardy deciduous species has been a valued fruiting plant for ages and yet is virtually unknown in Europe and America. An attractive small bush, it produces tasty small fruits about the size and flavor of blueberries. Small white, slightly fragrant flowers appear in March. Fruit ripens two weeks before strawberries. Very easy to grow with no pest or disease problems.

Haskap, Blue Edible Honeysuckle: A unique member of the Honeysuckle family native to Eastern Siberia. An attractive small bush, it produces tasty small fruits about the size and flavor of blueberries. Very easy to grow with no pest or disease problems.

Honeysuckle berries

HASKAP BERRIES (A new honeyberry variety specifically selected for excellent flavour). Have just bought a honeyberry plant for my patio - not sure it is this variant, but hoping for good fruit anyway!

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