Fourth Year Haskap

I took a trip back the farm earlier this summer and snapped a couple of pictures of my haskap. They are now four years old.

I may try to transplant some of them to my new place in town this fall. We’ll see how that goes.

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4 Responses to Fourth Year Haskap

  1. Thank you for posting your first-hand experience with haskap. I acquired my first plants this fall and am excited to see how they do first thing in the spring! Hardly anyone has heard about haskap/honeyberry down here south of the border (Minnesota) and my local newspaper editor wanted an article with a picture of someone next to a EBH bush. I compiled an article for him, but don’t have a picture yet to go with it. Would you consider giving permission to use the foto above? I think it’s just what he’s looking for. Thank you for your consideration.

  2. Could you please advise us as to what cultivar is in the photo?

    The cultivars released as haskap were available in 2007 making them 3 yrs old. We expect these cultivars are pure Russians due to age and size.

    Please advise,

    Haskap Central

    • Dave says:

      While I’m not sure exactly which cultivar I have in this photo, it would be one of the three Russian cultivars released from the University of Saskatchewan in 2002 – Blue Bell, Berry Blue, or Cinderella.

  3. David Linzer says:

    Very interesting, I have first year Borealis and Tundra, 4 each. I was wondering how long it would take for them to grow. Your plants are huge in only 4 years. It gives me hope that I will soon have many berries. Thank you.

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