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Blue Pagoda™ Honeyberry

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Original price $39.99 - Original price $39.99
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$39.99 - $39.99
Current price $39.99
SKU D733

Lonicera caerulea 'Blue Pagoda'™

Another exceptionally hardy Japanese import, this late-blooming honeyberry has an unusual teardrop shape to the fruits. Growing into a larger bush of 4'-5' tall and wide, enjoy the hundreds of dainty, trumpet-shaped, icy yellow blooms in late spring, and then devour the rich, juicy berries when they are "blue through and through" for best flavor.

Blue Pagoda™ needs a late-blooming pollinizer, like Blue Hokkaido™, Blue Velvet, Blue Moon, or Blue Pacific, and will produce reliably in the Pacific Northwest in mid-late May. This attractive, disease and pest-resistant, upright bush grows quickly to about 4'-5' tall and wide. Plants prefer full sun in cooler climates, and partial shade in warmer locations, and well-drained soil. Little pruning is required: just remove overlapping branches. USDA Zones 2-8.

Size: 1-2' Plant


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  • Since I live in Montana, do you know when this bush would produce berries? I see production in the northwest is late May, but that would not be the case for here.

    With another hardy pollinizer from cross pollination you should be fine. :)

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Deangelo M.
HoneyBerry Fail

Mine died as well. After about 2 week. The little tiny leaves that were on the plant.. eventually dried up and died. Maybe ill try another kind that good for zone 5.

[William G.
Bloom Too Early

Blue Pagoda and Blue Mist were my first honeyberry plantings. Blue Pagoda blooms too early where I live (SW Ohio) for reliable cross pollination. Now that more recently planted varieties have good blooms, all my honeyberries except Blue Pagoda set fruit.

Blue Pagoda blooms before weather is warm enough for good pollinator activity and only partially overlaps with Blue Mist.

Tonya M.
Unsuccessful honey berry :(

Arrived bare root, and 1 out of 2 branches were dead. Once out of the packaging the second branch started to leaf two tiny leaves. But, they fell off a couple of days after planting and there is no sign of life a few weeks later. Pretty sure it did not survive. My other honey berries planted last year (from a different distributor) are thriving.

Hi Tonya,

We are so sorry to hear about your experience with the Honeyberry. Our plants are guaranteed to arrive alive, be true to name and when given proper care will leaf out. We have passed the deadline for your claim on your order (Aug 1st), but we are going to make an exception and issue you a store credit. I've gone ahead and completed that for you. If you need any assistance in using it, please reach out to us at Thank you, Jacque