The Saskatoon is a hardy and tolerant fruit species. It is resistant to low temperatures and drought, and grows in a wide range of soil types. It has the capacity to be productive for many years. As well as having value as a fruit, the Saskatoon also has value as an ornamental. Masses of showy flowers appear in the spring, and then has brilliant fall foliage.
Honeywood is an extremely versatile shrub for edible landscapes, featuring abundant crops of delicious and large berries in late June or early July, a little later than other varieties with ornamental flowers in early spring.
Fruit Size: 0.63 in.
Days to Maturity: Perennial
Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade