Honeysuckle

Fresh honeysuckle berries are used as a therapeutic and prophylactic agent. Berries are consumed fresh, or as a jam, jelly, compote, juice, wine.

Highbush blueberry Raspberry
Variety
Honeysuckle Honey Bee
Produce period
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
packing
125 250 500 1000
g
storage period
1 1
weeks
storage temp.
min +2
max +14
С°
berries in size
20-42
mm
yield
4-6
kg/year
More info

Spectacular bloom of this variety has a white-and-pink color. Cylindric-shaped berries have a sour-sweet taste. One cannot help noting the variety has low for berries falling off. 

Peculiarities: The berries of this variety contain a lot of useful substances such as fructose, glucose, sucrose, and also malic, citric and other acids and vitamins of the groups A, B, C.

Variety
Honeysuckle Aurora
Produce period
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
packing
125 250 500 1000
g
storage period
30 50
weeks
storage temp.
min +2
max +14
С°
berries in size
15-30
mm
yield
30-50
kg/year
More info

New Canadian-bred variety developed at the University of Saskatchewan. In production since 2012. Straight bush, tight and compact, height of 1.6 m.
The fruits are shaped like elongated plum, berries stand out on the background of leaves and are very convenient for gathering.
Peculiarities: very high yield, resistance to frost down to -46°C.

In particular, consumption of this fine berry
  • improves the state of cardiovascular system;
  • reduces blood pressure;
  • helps to overcome stress and nervous tension;
  • reduces inflammation;
  • strengthens the blood vessels;
  • serves as a source of vitamins B, C, P, A, fructose, glucose, organic acids and numerous other substances;
  • curbs feeling of thirst, has invigourating and refreshing effect