Honeyberries, Lonicera caerulea


A member of the honeysuckle family, these fruiting shrubs are native to circumpolar regions like Siberia and are accustomed to harsh environments like Alaska. If you haven’t yet been lucky enough to try a honeyberry it’s hard to describe just how truly delicious they are. They are blueberry colored but much sweeter, with a filling reminiscent of concord grapes, and are very flavorful. The berries are oblong shaped and grow to about an inch in length. The shrub grows to about 3′ in height, and 2′ wide.

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