Honeyberry / Haskap Plants Imported from USA-( Chez 17 and Cinderella variety,) 5-8 months Old.(OUT OF STOCK)
Haskaps and Honeyberries are related and are found in the honeysuckle family. Both belong to the genus Lonicera and species caerulea, but are divided into different subspecies. Because Haskap and Honeyberry are common names, there is sometimes confusion over naming. In general, Honeyberry refers to Russian varieties –Lonicera caerulea L. subspecies kamtshatica, edulis, boczkarnikovae. Haskap is the name used in Japan and refers to Lonicera caerulea subspecies emphylocalyx. Haskap / Honeyberry may be different, but the plant is not difficult to grow.Haskap plants will thrive in a well-structured fertile soil of a Ph. of around 6.4 However can grow in a Ph. range of 4.5 to 7.5. The recommended organic content of the soil should be 5 to 10%.Haskap requires needs two or more unrelated varieties to cross-pollinate for fruit production. Natural mulch as a weed control and slow fertilizer release is recommend. Annual tidying up is recommended with Haskap after the second or third year, in late fall when bushes are still dormant. The pruning regime for Haskap is far less than for Blueberries or grapes. In year five or ten, thin out older less productive central branches when bushes become too dense, after the fourth or fifth year.
Tissue Cultured Plants, Imported from Michigan, USA.
Plants are around 5-8 months Old, Proper name: Haskap Plants
Can be grown in Full sunlight as well as Partial Sunlight and are resistant to Pest and Diseases.Unique flavor and high vitamin content.
High Heat,Humidity,Sun, Drought Tolerance but not Wet soil tolerance so make sure not make make the soil wet tooo much!
Recommended growing together with at least 2 variety as its needs pollinator..