[nafex] Honeyberry/Haskap discussion thread (permaculture forum at permies)
cgarriss at garriss.net
Thu Jan 19 23:41:57 EST 2012
I was just reading through this thread, and have become quite intrigued. A
quick look and I only found 2 places that sell the plants. Any suggestions
as to where might be the "best" source?
Depending on where I would plant, it would either be 6b (almost but not
quite 6a due to elevation) or 7a/7b interface
On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 9:03 PM, Dan Nave <nave1 at comcast.net> wrote:
> Have you had any fruit from any of these cultivars? The Tundra and
> Borealis seem like they have
> fairly large fruit and the Honey Bee pollinator seems to have large fruit
> also. How would you
> characterize the taste?
> By the way, the grafting manual looks very good.
> On 1/19/2012 11:33 AM, Sarah Kehler Ewing wrote:
> > Nope. You made the right decision!
> > Just one comment on what I read at the forum listed:
> Haskaps/Honeyberries are definitely not seedless. In fact they have larger
> seeds than blueberries. I know this for a fact because I have saved seeds
> from my honeyberries several times using a household strainer to
> clean/capture the seeds with no trouble whereas I had to do all kinds of
> straining thru paper towel when I save blueberry seeds a few years ago.
> Burpee's sells theirs as seedless too.
> > Sarah
> > zone 3
> > Edmonton, AB
> > ________________________________
> > From: Dan Nave<nave1 at comcast.net>
> > To: nafex mailing list at ibiblio<nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
> > Sent: Monday, January 16, 2012 10:37:50 PM
> > Subject: Re: [nafex] Honeyberry/Haskap discussion thread (permaculture
> forum at permies)
> > Well, I probably shouldn't have, but after reading all this and some
> more, I ordered a Tundra,
> > Borealis, and Honey Bee (new U of S pollinator) Haskap (or Honeyberry)
> from HoneyberryUSA. Running
> > out of room to put stuff...
> > Dan
> > On 1/16/2012 4:50 PM, Lawrence London wrote:
> >> Honeyberry/Haskap discussion thread (permaculture forum at permies)
> >> http://www.permies.com/t/12063/permaculture/Haskap
> >> edible blue honeysuckle including propagation
> >> http://ediblebluehoneysuckle.wordpress.com/
> >> http://www.permies.com/forums/posts/list/12063#110104
> >> The most productive cultivars at this time are the pure Russian
> >> cultivars, expect 7 kilograms of berries per plant. The cultivars
> >> released from the University of Saskatchewan are hybrids, but less
> >> productive, 4 kilograms of berries per plant.
> >> In order to take softwood cuttings, you would require a license from
> >> the University of Saskatchewan.
> >> 2 genetically different cultivars that flower at the same time are
> >> required for the best fruit set.
> >> haskapcentral
> >> www.haskapcentral.com
> >> "Honeyberry"
> >> Jim Gilbert
> >> One Green World Nursery, Oregon.
> >> many named varieties
> >> http://www.onegreenworld.com/index.php?cPath=4_112
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