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
Riggenbach: Give honeyberry a try
Honeyberry fruit looks a lot like blueberries, just slightly elongated. The berries taste a lot like blueberries, too. But honeyberries are much easier to grow. Unlike blueberries, honeyberry shrubs don't require acid soil. Deer typically avoid ... Mason City Globe Gazette [ story ]
Gail's Carriage Place opens Arlington Heights location
Honeyberry did not have a license to serve liquor, but on Monday new owner Gail Janczak was in front of the Arlington Heights village board to request a license for full-service liquor sales. Janczak said the license will allow her to sell beverages ... Chicago Daily Herald [ story ]
Strathearn Distillery unveils honeyberry gin
Made from honeyberries, the crop has been hailed as a superfruit due to its high levels of health-giving nutrients, which farmer Stewart Arkuckle grows on his farm in Angus. The taste is said to be light and juniper-led with a berry flavour which lingers. The Spirits Business [ story ]