Growing Zones 2 to 8
Page Number 19
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Needs Pollinator y
Size Shipped 1-quart pot
Height 3 ft to 4 ft
Spacing 4 ft to 5 ft
Deciduous y
Pest Resistant y
Genus Lonicera
Species caerulea
Subspecies Aurora
Common Name Haskap, Canadian, Aurora

Haskap, Canadian, Aurora

#30437
$18.95
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An early blooming, early ripening selection that is highly rated for both flavor and production. Berries are less acidic than many haskap. Pollination partners: Honey Bee, Tundra, and Berry Blue.


Growing Zone: 2 to 8

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Own Root

Height: 3 ft to 4 ft

State Restrictions

AK;HI

Growing Zones 2 to 8
Page Number 19
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Needs Pollinator y
Size Shipped 1-quart pot
Height 3 ft to 4 ft
Spacing 4 ft to 5 ft
Deciduous y
Pest Resistant y
Genus Lonicera
Species caerulea
Subspecies Aurora
Common Name Haskap, Canadian, Aurora

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Arrived dead
May 31, 2024  |  By Wazka
The plant arrived without any signs of life (unlike the other varieties that arrived at the same time and had some leaves). I planted it, hoping it was simply dormant. It wasn't. It never produced a single leaf or bud, while all the other varieties planted at the same time are still alive. By the time I realized it was dead, it was out of stock, so now I have to wait until next year to use my voucher to get a replacement plant.
The only reason I'm giving 2 starts instead of 1, is because when I called to request the voucher, that process was very easy which I appreciated.

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A much sought after variety!
May 10, 2024  |  By Diane W
I had difficulties finding the Aurora in stock and discovered JungSeed for the first time. I would have preferred to have had it shipped out a little earlier than it was because these cold hardy plants can be planted as soon as the soil can be worked. The plant arrived potted with two dormant twigs that were small, but it's showing signs of life once planted. Our local nursery ended up getting some Auroras in that were huge 2 gallon pots and fully leafed out, but the price was double what I paid and sometimes bigger plants experience transplant shock after living in a pot for so long. So hopefully I made the right decision for my garden and pocketbook. Looking forward to growing the honeyberry for years to come.

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