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Honeyberries( Zhimolost'- Russian common name/Haskap-Hasukapu-(Haskapa) jap. common name): Lonicera Caerulea v. edulis Turcz., v. regiliana Boczkar.,v. kamtschatica and v. Turczaninowii Pojark. so named Russian Honeyberry/Zhimolost' fruit 2-3 weeks before strawberries , Lonicera caerulea v. emphyllocalyx, so named Japanese Honeyberry/Haskap fruit 1 week before strawberries or at the same time. This Super Fruit contains rare trace element Selenium - the element of youth. Fresh/frozen eating or for any preserves: jam- jelly- juice-wine etc. ; cooking( sauses) or baking! The best ever source of natural antioxidantes for Your well being! Recent research proves that honeyberries have nearly three times the number of antioxidants as wild blueberries have. http://globalnews.ca/video/1547264/nova-scotia-miracle-berry-grower-stirs-up-excitement
BerriesUnlimited has been in full production of Honeyberries ( Lonicera Caerulea/Zhimolost'/Blue Honeysuckle/Haskap ) for 5 years. Our Honeyberries have Russian( Far Eastern part of Russia from the North to the South) and Kurils/Japanese origin. We have released more than 50 of our varieties. We sell Russian " Zhimolost' ". In English the common name is Honeyberry, Canadians call it Haskap ( their berries developed from Russian varieties, Japanese varieties or from Russian and Japanese crosses) after its Japanese common name Hasukapu in honor of our cooperation with Japanese Scientists from Sapporo, Japan. Berriesunlimited is the leader in production of Honeyberries in North America. We are also the largest exporter of Honeyberries in the United States.
Our Honeyberries are grown from tissue culture, they are virus indexed. In selecting Honeyberry varieties it is important to have a good pollinator. You should always remember that Honeyberries require at least 2 varieties for cross pollination.
You should know that honeyberries fall into summer dormancy after they finish bearing. In warmer zones ( zone6+) with hot summers( 85+F) they lose all leaves and only tiny little buds remind that plants are still alive, sleeping. Summer dormancy is a natural condition for Honeyberries in warmer zones! IOn colder zones they do not loze leaves but look dull and unhappy: but in reality they are gaining new buds for future spring/ summer crop. Most of our new varieties will be ready in Mid March but we have some varieties ready to ship now: BlueGoose, Blue Mist, BluePerfection, Borealis, Midnight Blue, Natly, Night Mist, Tundra, Julia ( 1 gal. Size). For wholesale and commercial USA ,please, call : 479-846-6030. Our Canadian customers, please, call : 902-527-2139 , LaHave Forests Inc.
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