Exposure: Full to Partial Sun
Mature Size: 5′ H X 4′ W
Bloom Time: Early Spring
Description: An interesting hardy shrub with clean foliage and delicious bluish-purple berries that are edible; dense growing habit, must have another honeyberry variety for cross pollination; selected for better fruit production and higher yields.
Ornamental Features: Green foliage. White flowers in early spring. Blue berries in late spring, which are excellent for fresh eating and making jams and jellies.
Landscape Attributes: Dense multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with a more or less rounded form. Best pruned in late winter. Good choice for attracting butterflies.
(Trees, Shrubs and Perennials labelled Zone 2 or 3 are consistently hardy enough to survive in Calgary, Okotoks and surrounding areas)