About Honeyberries 


Honeyberries are members of the Lonicera family are an edible honeysuckle. The fruit is sweet and tasty, large purple blue and ripen early. These berries are excellent eaten fresh and have a wild blueberry flavor. The plants are drought tolerant, cold hardy and need soils that are well drained. Honeyberries must be cross pollinated by another variety of Honeyberry for best fruit production.

Honeyberry Care


Select a sunny location with good drainage. Water regularly and deeply for the first year, especially during dry periods. Fertilize with an all purpose fertilizer before the plant comes out of dormancy in the spring. Adding mulch annually to reduces weeds and preserves moisture. If needed, use an insecticidal soap during the growing season to control insect pests.

Honeyberry Pruning


Honeyberries are in the honeysuckle family and will need to be pruned annually to increase vigor and eliminate dead and old branches that are no longer productive.

Our Honeyberry Varieties
Blue Moon Honeyberry
Blue Moon
Blue Pacific
Blue Pacific
Blue Velvet Honeyberry
Blue Velvet