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Lonicera caerulea edulis - edible honey berry honeysuckle

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Where can I get Lonicera caerulea edulis plant from?

I can't seem to find one anywhere in the country, yet they would be ideal to grow in our climate.

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Hi, i had a look for you, the only link i can find is... contact them, they might be able to help.


10 Feb, 2009


Thanks for your quick response.

They are for sale in 'Garden news" on special offer, apparantly the new 'blueberry'... just wondered if anyone had a stock of them yet. Seem extremely hardy.


10 Feb, 2009


I have 2 or3 intended for Bonsai of what I raised from seed some years ago as Lonicera coerulea. Never having heard of an edible berry. If you live near you can collect one. They are not suitable for posting , too awkward shaped. and possibly the edulis is a specially selected form. I would not have expected a Honeysuckle to have an ediblke berry, they are usually poisonous., or so I was told as a child when I liked shocking the parents by eating odd berries.The post code is RG27 0NX.

10 Feb, 2009


You may be interested in this site which has info on these berries.

Many thanks for the offer, I live in Oxfordshire.

10 Feb, 2009


There are three suppliers listed on the RHS website ( under Plant Finder and all offer mail order

10 Feb, 2009


Re your query on Lonicera Caerulea edulis in Feb this year....have you tried Thompson & Morgan?

24 Sep, 2009

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