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The Flavor of Wild Blueberries!
This 6- to 8-ft. shrub will yield an abundance of rich blue berries that ripen up over two weeks before strawberries! Exceptionally hardy and not bothered by disease or insects, Honeyberry is a joy to grow! Thrives in partial shade. Plant two varieties for pollination. Protect from late frost to ensure fruit production. Potted plants. Zones 3-9.
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- Monday, February 27, 2012
honeyberry no berry
Reviewed By: jeri (Bethel Springs, TN)
Bought one of each variety, planted and waited, a few years went by and nothing. They didn't grow or produce. Finally they died.
- Sunday, October 10, 2010
Waiting to see what happens next year
Reviewed By: Dawn (Albion, NY)
When my honeyberries arrived they looked dead. But after a month of watering and waiting they started to grow new leaves. My first group fruited 2 years after planting. Not a very big crop to say the least- about a hand full. I am not sure but I don't think I planted 2 varieties. I didn't know better. So this year I got some more and did get different varieties. So I am looking forward to seeing what comes up next year.
- Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Turned out well
Reviewed By: Keith (American Fork, UT)
The first order looked suspiciously close to death. In fact, one of the two required for pollination did completely die. The other was on the ropes. I called and the Gurney rep promptly replaced with healthier looking specimens. I planted them, plus the one that was clinging to life. All three did very well the first year in marginal soil and I have every reason to believe they will produce as advertised.
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