Plants at Edible Landscaping
Shrubs - Honeysuckle (bush)
Berry Blue Edible Honeysuckle (Haskap) - Lonicera kamtschatica Indigo Gem Haskap Honeysuckle - Lonicera Caerulea
Honeysuckle Blue Velvet Berry Blue is our pollinator for Indigo Gem, Indigo Treat, and Tundra. A one to five ratio is fine as long as Berry Blue is included.Berry Blue is a Russian selection also called Czech 17 (P-17). It has an extended flowering period up to 8 weeks. If ordering only 2 varieties make sure one is Berryblue. These compact, small pretty European bushes are our first fruits to ripen at the nursery. Very hardy, they thrive in Siberia. The flowers are not showy or scented like a honeysuckle vine but the fruits are good. Blue, tart and flavorful, the fruits ripen before strawberries. Can be shy producers in areas prone to late frosts. Also known as Honeyberry and Haskap, Berryblue edible honeysuckle is a easy care addition to any landscape. They perform best in colder zones 5,4,and3. Zone 3-7. Space 4' circle 

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1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Honeysuckle Indigo Gem These compact, small pretty European bushes are our first fruits to ripen at the nursery. Very hardy, they thrive in Siberia. The flowers are not showy or scented like a honeysuckle vine but the fruits are good. Blue, tart and flavorful, the fruits ripen before strawberries. Can be shy producers in areas prone to late frosts. Also known as Honeyberry, Ingigo Gem edible honeysuckle is a easy care addition to any landscape. They perform best in colder zones 5,4,and 3. Zone 3-7. Space 4' circle Indigo Gem's fruit is medium size with a sweet tangy flavor. Indigo Gem is a productive cultivar that is good for processing or fresh. Flowers profusely for about 6 weeks. indigo Gem needs Berry Blue to pollinate it. Zones 3-7 Space 4' circle

 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Indigo Treat Haskap Honeysuckle - Lonicera kamtschatica Tundra Edible Haskap Honeysuckle - Lonicera kamtschatica
Honeysuckle Indigo Treat These compact, small pretty European bushes are our first fruits to ripen at the nursery. Very hardy, they thrive in Siberia. The flowers are not showy or scented like a honeysuckle vine but the fruits are good. Blue, tart and flavorful, the fruits ripen before strawberries. Can be shy producers in areas prone to late frosts. Also known as Honeyberry, Indigo Treat edible honeysuckle is a easy care addition to any landscape. They perform best in colder zones 5,4,and 3. Introduced from the University of Saskatchewan, Indigo Treat fruits are high in flavor and sweeter than most. The light blue fruits are longer and flatter than other cultivars, are attractive and have a sweet plum flavor. The plants have medium to high vigor growing to 5.5 feet tall, with average to high yields. Indigo Treat needs Berry Blue to set fruit. Zone 3-7. Space 4' circle  

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Honeysuckle Tundra These compact, small pretty European bushes are our first fruits to ripen at the nursery. Very hardy, they thrive in Siberia. The flowers are not showy or scented like a honeysuckle vine but the fruits are good. Blue, tart and flavorful, the fruits ripen before strawberries. Can be shy producers in areas prone to late frosts. Also known as Honeyberry, Tundra edible honeysuckle is a easy care addition to any landscape. They perform best in colder zones 5,4,and 3.Tundra's fruits are large compared to other cultivars with the average fruit weighing 1.5 grams, similar to a medium size blueberry. The firm fruits are highly aromatic, black raspberry sweetness with a blueberry tang. Tundra has top rated flavor among all named varieties. The fruits shape, light blue color, and size are very attractive. Tundra needs Berry Blue to set fruit. Bush height 4-5' Zone 3-7. Space 4' circle. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Maxie Edible Haskap Honeysuckle Bush - Lonicera caerulea ssp. emphyllocalyx Solo Edible Haskap Honeysuckle Bush - Lonicera caerulea ssp. emphyllocalyx
Honeysuckle Berryblue The new Maxie edible honeysuckle bush is more adapted to moderate climates such as Virginia. We've grown edible honeysuckle bush varieties since 1989 with meager harvests. Maxie and Solo may prove to be more productive. The berries should be sweeter than other popular varieties with an 18 brix reading.(Measurement for sugars in fruit. 18 is minimal number for California grapes to be dried to raisins.) Maxie and Solo are bred by Maxine Thompson. She used a Japanese sub species in her breeding work resulting in a more adaptable sweeter plant and fruit. The Japanese term for these plants is Haskap. The bushes are pretty, compact with an extended blooming period. The flowers bloom later than other popular varieties which is a plus for areas of fluctuating winter temperatures. Maxie needs to be pollinated by Solo. Space 3' circle Zones 3-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Honeysuckle Blue Moon flowers The new Solo edible honeysuckle bush is more adapted to moderate climates such as Virginia. We've grown edible honeysuckle bush varieties since 1989 with meager harvests. Maxie and Solo may prove to be more productive. The berries should be sweeter than other popular varieties with an 18 brix reading.(Measurement for sugars in fruit. 18 is minimal number for California grapes to be dried to raisins.) Maxie and Solo are bred by Maxine Thompson. She used a Japanese sub species in her breeding work resulting in a more adaptable sweeter plant and fruit. The Japanese term for these plants is Haskap. The bushes are pretty, compact with an extended blooming period. The flowers bloom later than other popular varieties which is a plus for areas of fluctuating winter temperatures. Maxie needs to be pollinated by Solo. Solo is self fertile, but the fruits are twice the size if pollinated. Space 3' circle Zones 3-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00