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Aurora Honeyberry

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Aurora Honeyberry

Lonicera caerulea ‘Aurora’
Size: #1
H: 3-4′ W: 3-4′
Upright rounded shape
Zone 3
Full Sun

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New in 2019! One of our customers told us about the honeyberries, and how the berries never made it to the kitchen—they were devoured before making it that far! So we got in two varieties, as they need a pollinator. Aurora Honeyberry was bred by the University of Saskatchewan. This variety is sweeter and more productive than some others, with slightly larger fruit. Similar in flavor to blueberries and producing earlier than strawberries, Aurora can be eaten fresh, used in baking, as jams, or jellies. A good pollinator for Borealis, Tundra, and other varieties in the Indigo series.

Visit Gardening Know How to learn how to grow honeyberries.

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