Indigo Gem Honeyberry Haskap | Zones 2-7

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$18.50

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April 25th - May 3rd

Ships to you bare-root, ready to plant, and professionally pruned. 

The Indigo Gem Honeyberry produces medium to large sized berries that are excellent right off the bush. One of the first berries we can count on in our orchard.

Exceptional for the back yard grower. Usually produces 1 to 2 years after planting out and is very productive from the start. Honeyberries are not bothered by most pests and disease.

Grown in full sun to partial shade. Well-drained soil is best for good production. Extremely hardy and low maintenance (our kind of plant!).

Plant 2 or 3 different varieties for best pollination. Pollinated by Indigo Honeyberry that we offer this year.

We plant Indigo Gem / Cinderella / Tundra together and get great coverage for pollination.

Hardy to -35 F

Zones 2-7

Will grow up to 5.5 feet tall and 4 feet wide.

18-24″ tall bare root transplant with good branching and excellent root development.

https://wintercovefarm.com/tundra-honeyberry/

https://wintercovefarm.com/cinderella-honeyberry/

 

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April 27th - May 15th