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  • From: Matt Demmon <>
  • To: North American Fruit Explorers <>
  • Subject: Re: [NAFEX] honeyberry
  • Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 09:16:17 -0500

Mine bloom way before the apples. Apricot is too young to bloom yet,
but I'd think this was before that as well. Possibly the earliest
blooming fruit plant. Well, Cornus mas probably blooms earlier.

Don't have exact dates for you, only had them 2 years so far. May vary
with weather! We have early bloomers.


On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 8:11 PM, Jay Cutts <> wrote:
> I'm wondering about the susceptibility  of honeyberry to getting smacked
> by early frost, which we have terrible problems with here in NM at
> 7000ft.  Burnt Ridge says that some varieties (Blue Bird and Blue Belle)
> are very early but that others (Blue Moon, Blue Velvet) are later blooming.
> Any ideas on whether the late blooming ones might make it? Guess I'm
> asking what other fruits the late blooming ones might compare to.  Are
> we comparing honeyberries to apricots or honeyberries to apples? Help.
> Best,
> Jay
> Jay Cutts
> Cutts Graduate Reviews
> 800-353-4898 day or eve, 7 days
> (In NM, 505-281-0684)
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-matt demmon

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