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Honeyberry - Blue Hokkaido™

Honeyberry - Blue Hokkaido™

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CORONA AL-8482 HIGH PERFORMANCE 36" LOPPER

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  • Long handle, great for base cuts in berry bushes and thorny plants
  • Unmatched blade design dramatically reduces force to cut
  • Lightweight, high-strenght elliptical 36" aluminum handles
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CORONA BP-4250 BYPASS PRUNER

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  • Lightweight forged aluminum handles 
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CORONA GT-3060 HOE/CULTIVATOR

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  • Strong, lightweight steel handle adjusts from 18" to 32" for extra reach 
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Most honeyberry required two similar booming period for pollination. Honeyberries and their pollen partners should be planted nearby within 50 feet of one another for adequate cross-pollination to occur.
Honeyberries can be plant on partial shade or full sun (full sun is at least 6 -8 hours during growing season). Honeyberries seem to bear best in sun in the North, needs some protection from sun in the South. Planting honeyberries on a location that receives instance direct full sun during hot summer months can injure you plant.
Honeyberries prefers a well drained soil with a pH of 5-8
Spacing
Honeyberries should be planted 5-7 in between the rows and 4-5 in between each plant.
Honeyberries can be planted in most soils but they might perform better in clay soils than sandy soils. The planting hole should be large enough to accommodate the root system with ease. Spread the roots, cover with soil and tamp well. Water plants thoroughly. Honeyberries have a shallow root system so they can dry out quickly. Make sure to keep them watered during dry conditions. Plants can grow 3-8 feet in height.
Optimal fertilization is 3x per year: early spring, May and October.  Poor vigor and leaf discoloration often indicate lack of fertilizer.
Harvest
Honeyberries will ripe early in the season. When harvesting them they are more like blueberries, try not to squeeze the fruit and avoid harvesting them when not fully ripe.

Pruning

Honeyberry require very little of pruning.
Every 2 to 3 years (in early spring before growth begins), remove damaged, dead, and diseased wood.
Pruning new bushes is necessary only to remove any dead or dying parts of branches. After the fifth year, prune the bushes annually to keep 4-6 vigorous older stems and 1-2 strong new shoots.  Avoid cutting off the tops of shoots as that is where the maximum number of flower buds are.   
New shoots will grow and replace older stems, which keeps the fruiting cycle going.
 
Honeyberry plants like about 1 to 2 inches of water per week to help root growth.


 
Fruit is produced on one-year-old wood. The largest berries are produced on the most vigorous wood, so a good supply of strong, one-year-old wood is desirable.

Honeyberries can start producing one year after planting and a well maintained plant can continue producing up to 30 years. 

Honeyberries are famous for fruiting before strawberries.
 

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Expedited Shipping: Unless you have a specific need to ship quickly, it is not necessary to choose expedited shipping. The majority of our plant orders ship UPS Ground or Priority Mail and arrive by the end of the week they are shipped in terrific shape, ready for planting.

Special Note for Alaska: All Alaska orders are shipped Priority Mail. Shipping cost depends on number of boxes and total weight, which we do not know until your order is packed. Therefore, your credit card will be charged two different times. Once at time of order for merchandise only and again at time of shipping for shipping costs only. If you want to be notified with the shipping cost prior to your card being charged please make a note in the comments section. Keep in mind this will delay your shipment if we are unable to reach you.

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$75.01 - $100.00 $18.95  
$100.01 - $150.00 $20.95  
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