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Experience with haskap/honey berries?

 
                    
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Looking for some general feedback with multiple seasons experience.
Thanks!
 
            
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See http://ediblebluehoneysuckle.wordpress.com/
 
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had mine for three years now.  they're pretty easy where I'm at, and tasty.  haven't had any bumper crops yet, but they're still pretty young.
 
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Thank you MikeH for posting that link.  Had forgotten about one of the things I've spent a lot of time researching and doing. Earth sheltered greenhouses! )
Thank you again! )
 
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