Quite a new fruit to this country, although have been cultivated in their native Siberia and Japan for many years. They are the edible fruit of a certain honeysuckle - Lonicera caerulea - which most closely resemble blueberries in appearance and taste. They can be eaten fresh or used for jams. Very hardy, easy to grow, and happy in any soil. Best to plant in pairs for good pollination and the heaviest crops -  all the varieties we offer are classed as late-flowering, so will pollinate each other.

 

Honeyberry

<p>Quite a new fruit to this country, although have been cultivated in their native Siberia and Japan for many years. They are the edible fruit of a certain honeysuckle -&nbsp;<em>Lonicera caerulea -&nbsp;</em>which most closely resemble blueberries in appearance and taste. They can be eaten fresh or used for jams. Very hardy, easy to grow, and happy in any soil. Best to plant in pairs for good pollination and the heaviest crops -&nbsp; all the varieties we offer are classed as late-flowering, so will pollinate each other.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>