About Our Honeyberries
NOTE: Honeyberry shrubs do well in full sun, but can tolerate some shade and can do well interplanted with fruit trees!
Honeyberries belong at every house in Lisa’s opinion! Honeyberries do NOT require acidic soil (like blueberries) and they typically produce fruit in the beginning of June in Zone 4A (earlier in warmer zones)! Fruit look like oblong blueberries and can be eaten fresh or used for pies, jams, etc. Very easy to grow and a great addition to your edible landscape.
Two different varieties required for pollination. Any of the varieties here will pollinate each other.
2023 Nursery ordering has begun and goes through April 1st. Pre-order pickup and regular store shopping will be April 21st-May 21st.
1 Gallon Potted Price: $24 * See nursery homepage for pickup info. Remember, we do not ship!
Ripens late May, early June depending on location. Sweet, large fruit. Pollinate with Borealis, Tundra or Berry Blue.
1 Gallon Potted Price:$24.00 *See nursery homepage for pickup info. Remember, we do not ship!
Upright, fast-growing shrub with excellent yields.
1 Gallon Potted Price: $24.00 See nursery homepage for pickup info. Remember, we do not ship!
This is a fast growing, high yielding variety introduced by the University of Saskatchewan.
1 Gallon Potted Price: $24 See nursery homepage for pickup info. Remember, we do not ship!
Tundra produces large berries that taste like wild blueberries with a hint of black currant. Great for fresh eating or processing. Use Berry Blue, Borealis or Tundra to pollinate.