This new fruit has the potential of becoming the fruit of the future! Haskap berries popularly known as Honey Berries are tasty and nutritious. The flesh of the deep blue fruits ripen with a red to purple
colored pigment an indication of high nutrient fruit. Fruit size and shapes will vary depending upon the variety, but for the most part the shapes are oblong and 1.0 to 1.5 grams per berry.
The flavors are honey sweet, juicy, with a hint of tartness and aromatic blends of black currants, blueberries, and black raspberries. The plant is best described as a multi-stemmed shrub, much like a
highbush blueberry bush and are easy to grow. It is recommended to plants using the same methods as blueberry plants, but the plant requires a pH above 5.0 and will grow in most soil types and climates. The following 5 cultivars have a USDA hardiness of zones 7-3.