Frank P Matthews
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A honeyberry bush is very much like a blueberry for looks, taste and habit. Dark blue, bell-shaped berries have a natural thin skin and unique flavour. The fruits can be eaten raw from the bush, or used in jams and jellies. They are also very healthy, the berries are high in antioxidants and vitamin C. Ready to harvest from late spring. An interesting addition to your fruit collection.
Prune out old shoots during the winter to encourage new strong shoots. Plant in a well-drained soil in a full sun position. Honeyberry bush are also known as Honeysuckle. Produce flowers very early in the spring. Very well suited to the UK climate.
Blue/black oblong fruits, similar in eating quality to Blueberries but without the necessity for acid soil. High in vitamin C.
This is a fruiting blue honeysuckle or Haskap. The berries are very high in vitamin C, minerals and antioxidants.