A member of the fragrant honeysuckle family and native to western North America, honeyberries ripen in early spring as 1" blue-purple seedless berries. Berry flavor is noticeably similar to blueberries and is wonderful for fresh eating or making preserves. Honeyberries have higher a higher level of antioxidants that blueberries and are tolerant of most soils.
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Honeyberry live plantsI just received my plants - a little disappointed. In a small herb pot & 5" tall with very few leaves. For the price I expected a healthier looking plants. I have received better plants before so I was expecting the same quality of product. I won't need to plant in yard anytime soon, they would disappear in the grass :-(
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 5 out of
Very excited!I am from Russia (Vladivostok, the really, really Asian part) and I living in U.S. for 3 years and never saw honeyberryes at the stores. My grandmother has 3 honeyberry bushes at her summer home, 5 feet tall each. So every august we use to have couple big buckets of honeyberryes. She use to make jam (really good in a winter if you have cold and flue), so i really miss the taste of it, but I bought two bushes from Burpee. It's a little small but I hope it'll grow. Package came fast, safe and well packed. Thank you!
Date published: 2015-06-08
Rated 4 out of
small plantsI lost my tag and for one of my plants I don't know what variety it is. One is Blue Moon. I couldn't find on the website what varieties they sell. I had to put rabbit wire around my plants. The rabbits weren't eating the leaves but the were chewing them off. I had to do the same with my Paw Paw's too.
Date published: 2013-05-16
Rated 3 out of
Question - - Zones??These are native to Russia where it is extremely cold. Most growers list them to zone 3, yet you have them as 6-9. Is this a misprint?
Date published: 2013-03-07
Rated 3 out of
Sun information not totally accurateHoneyberries are native to Russia, so partial shade in lower US.
Date published: 2011-05-31
Rated 1 out of
Had nice potentialPlants looked pretty healthy when they arrived. Followed to planting instructions to a "t" and with in a few weeks one plant was brown and dying and the other had leaves that were starting to curl and turn. Before the 2 month mark both plants were dead. I had really hoped they'd be large healthy bountiful plants. No such luck!