Tundra Honeyberry Facts
Tundra Honeyberry, Lonicera caerulea 'Tundra', is a cultivar of Blue-Berried Honeysuckle, Lonicera caerulea. Lonicera caerulea is widely known as Haskap, especially in Japan and Canada, and Honeyberry, especially in the United States. Other varieties include Berry Blue Honeyberry, Borealis Honeyberry, Cinderella Honeyberry, Honeybee Honeyberry, Indigo Gem Honeyberry, Indigo Treat Honeyberry, Indigo Yum Honeyberry, and Northern Jewel Honeyberry.
Tundra Honeyberry Farms
It may be possible to find any tundra honeyberry farms near your location. We have built a map that will show all of the berry farms in our directory!
Tundra Honeyberry Stories
HYTREK: Community education one of the fruits of this orchard
About 50 aronia, currant and honeyberry bushes were planted this year. At 4-6 feet tall, the trees are still two or three years away from producing fruit, but Larvick and others have been cultivating interest in the orchard through programs teaching ... Sioux City Journal [ story ]
Vermont Garden Journal: The Honeyberry
The honeyberry or Lonicera caerulea, is a native of Siberian and Japan. In Russia it's called the zhimolost and Japan, haskap. Honeyberry is known for its extreme hardiness. Some varieties have been developed at the University of Saskatchewan so you ... Vermont Public Radio [ story ]
Goodbye grass: Lawn-free living in Alberta
There are lots of colourful perennial flowers that bloom at different times, as well as fruiting bushes like gooseberry and honeyberry, says Laureen Rama, owner of Eco-yards. xeriscaping. An example of "xeriscaping" — landscaping that reduces or ... CBC.ca [ story ]