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Honeyberry - Lonicera caerulea kamtschatica

This shrub is native to Siberia, so is completely hardy. It has small fragrant flowers in spring followed by bright blue pillow-like edible fruits, delicious eaten fresh or use in jams, jellies, yoghurt or ice-cream. One of the new “Superfruits”, it has very high levels of nutrients and anti-oxidants.

Season: August - September

Pollination: Self-fertile

Planting Distance: 1m (3ft)

Approximate Height: 1m (3ft) after 5 years

Honeyberries are self-fertile but pollination is improved if planted in groups of two or more.