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SUGAR MOUNTAIN® Eisbar™ Lonicera

Quick Overview

  • Super Cold Hardy,
  • Raspberry/Blueberry Taste,
  • Great for Smoothies,
Common Name:Haskap
Plant Type:Edible
Brand:Proven Winners Shrubs
Hardiness Zone:3, 4, 5, 6
Height:5 - 7 Feet
Spread:5 - 7 Feet
Exposure:Full Sun (+6 hrs.)
Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Critter Resistance:Deer
Flower Color:Blue Shades

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
  • Buy 3 for $17.09 each and save 5%
  • Buy 6 for $16.19 each and save 10%
  • Buy 12 for $15.29 each and save 15%


(Haskap) Sugar Mountain® Eisbar™ Vitamin™ Berries, a tasty treat straight from your garden. Raspberries, blueberries, and now haskaps... enjoy this easy to grow fruit that is hardy in zone 6 down to zone 3! Sugar Mountain® Eisbar™ Vitamin™ Berries are a native variety in the US, super hardy and are adaptable in most soil locations. Grown in full sun to part shade is where they are best suited. Sugar Mountain® Eisbar™ Vitamin™ Berries make great hedge that reaches 5-6 foot tall. This early fruiting variety has a delicious tangy swee flavor. Use as a Pollinator for Sugar Mountain® Blue Vitamin™ Berries.
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SUGAR MOUNTAIN® Eisbar™ Lonicera caerulea '54-57' PPAF

Common Name Haskap
USDA Hardiness Zone 3, 4, 5, 6
Plant Type Edible
Brand Proven Winners Shrubs
Sun Exposure Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Soil Moisture Needs Dry, Moderate, Moist
Critter Resistance Deer
Flower Color Blue Shades
Attributes Deciduous, Drought Tolerant, Native
Growth Habit Upright
Edible Type Fruit

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Homeowner Tips
Haskaps flower on old wood, so pruning should occur after harvest. Plants should not be pruned until they have been in the ground for at least three years. Cut back the tips of stems to encourage branching as lateral branches bear more fruit. Older plants (3+ years in the ground) may be renewed by removing dead branches and weak stems in late winter. No more than 25% of the plant should be removed. For best fruit production plant more than one variety.