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Native to parts of Siberia, these plants excel in northern gardens. The fruit of honeyberries or sometimes referred to as haskaps have flavor comparable to wild blueberries with a hint of currant and ripens two weeks earlier than strawberries.

Honeyberries can be eaten fresh, but these berries truly shine when made into tasty jam. Plants have small, cream-colored flowers in spring and attractive flat-green leaves through summer. Berry Blue™ Honeyberries ripen late May, early June. These are cold-hardy and perfect for northern climates.

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