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Honeyberries are hardy bushes that are perfect for an edible landscape shrub. They can be used as a hedge and is adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions. Being generally pest free (including deer) and frost resistant, these are great no-fuss plant if you are new to gardening. Regular watering is required to establish the shrubs but are fairly drought tolerant once established. The fruit are great for eating fresh or smoothies, baked goods, preserves or frozen. Use in the same manner as blueberries.
Borealis Honeyberry - zone 2, blue, 1.6 grams, grows 4-5 feet, can be eaten fresh off the bush or used in preserves
Tundra Honeyberry - zone 2, blue with blush, 1.5 grams, grows 4-5 feet, suitable for mechanized harvest, matures mid to late June.