The honeyberry is a large, blue berry which is produced by the Lonicera caerulea plant. Native to Siberia, this edible member of the honeysuckle family is the latest super-fruit on the market.

Honeyberries will grow well in most soils but loose and free-draining soil with a pH of 6.5 would be ideal. They can, however cope with a pH of 5-8.

Honeyberries are available in containers all year round.


The large elliptical berries are a similar colour & taste to blueberries with a slight aftertaste of honey. The fruit is very high in antioxidants, loaded with Vitamin C and retains flavour and form when frozen.


1 x Honeyberry Plant in 3 Litre Container £9.50 each