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  • Kamchatka Berry ’Wołoszebnica’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka Berry ’Wołoszebnica’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Woloszebnica’)

    A Kamchatka berry with tasty fruit, much larger than the standard forest berries, frostproof.

    A fantastic plant that gives you your own blueberries in the garden. A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in early June in the first year after planting.

    It comes from Siberia - fully frostproof. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • Kamchatka Berry ’Green’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka Berry ’Green’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Green’)

    Latest variety of honeysuckle berries in Poland. Large, tasty fruit, larger than the standard berries from the forest, frostproof plants, undemanding.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May/early June in the first year after planting.

    Polish variety. Frostproof shrubs. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • Kamchatika Berry ’Black’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatika Berry ’Black’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Black’)

    The greatest fruit of all the kamchatka berries with a slightly blue hue. Its popularity in Poland is increasing due to low demands, early ripening, large and juicy fruit.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May/early June in the first year after planting.

    Polish variety. Frostproof shrub. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny/partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • Kamchatka Berry ’Brown’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka Berry ’Brown’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Brown’)

    Sweet and sour fruit. The shrub fruits in the first year after planting, undemanding, frostproof.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May / early June in the first year after planting. Frostproof shrub. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • Jagoda kamczacka ’Nimfa’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamczacka Berry ’Nimfa’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Nimfa’)

    General description:  a Russian variety with very tasty, sweet, aromatic fruits.

    Fruit: ripening at the turn of May and June.

    It begins to yield as early as 2-3 years after planting. After a few years, up to 2 kg of fruit can be harvested from one plant. Long-lived and frost-resistant shrub. It grows up to 1.5 m high.

    It yields the best fruit in a well-sunlit position; to be planted in light, permeable and slightly acidic soils. Resistant to diseases and pests. It does not require regular cutting.

  • Kamczacka Berry ’Wereteno’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamczacka Berry ’Wereteno’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Wereteno’)

    General description: Long-lived plant, easy to grow.

    Fruit:  the fruits are juicy, tasty, sweet and sour, with a slightly noticeable bitterness.

    Maturing: Kamchatka berry begins to bear fruits in the second year after planting.

    The fruits ripen unevenly, so they should be harvested frequently as they ripen.

    It grows up to 1.5 m in height.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  it yields the best fruit in a well-sunlit position; to be planted in light, permeable and slightly acidic soils.

  • Kamczacka Berry ’Leningradskij Velikan’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamczacka Berry ’Leningradskij Velikan’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Leningradskij Velikan’)

    General description: A Russian variety with very tasty, sweet, aromatic fruits.

    It grows strongly, reaching up to 2 m high and 1.40 m wide.

    Fruit: the fruits ripen at the turn of May and June. - exceptional large and elongated in shape.

    Maturing: It begins to yield as early as 2-3 years after planting.

    After several years of cultivation, 2 - 5 kg of fruit can be harvested from one plant.

    Completely resistant to frost (up to -40 °C).

    This variety is especially recommended for amateur cultivation.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  stand very sunny, light soils, permeable and slightly acidic.

  • Kamchatka Berry ’Wojtek’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Jagoda kamczacka ’Wojtek’ (Lonicera kamtschatica ’Wojtek’)

    The most delicious fruit of all varieties of honeysuckle berries.

    Variety with non-falling fruit. Frostproof variety, ideal for Polish conditions, without too many requirements! A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May / early June in the first year after planting.

    A cultivar selected in Poland - fully frostproof bushes. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • Jagoda kamczacka ’Jolanta’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka bilberry ’Jolanta’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Jolanta’)

    Long-lived, cropping profusely non-stop plant 30-40 years.

    The spherical bush growing up to 200 cm of the height and 200 cm of the width.

    Variety średnio-wczesna, very prolific and little requiring - good duster

    Fruits very tasty, unusually aromatic, sweet and sour, with the delicate note of the slightly bitter taste.

    He is bearing fruit very profusely, because even up to 5 kg from one bush in the amateur cultivation.

    Conducting the mechanical harvest is possible.

    Frost-resistant

    He/she requires the soil lightly sour, sandy-clayey, well grows also on the indifferent and alkaline soil.

    Sunny position or lightly overshadowed.

  • Kamczacka Berry ’Zojka’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamczacka Berry ’Zojka’ (Lonicera kamtschatica ’Zojka’)

    General description: Poland’s early version of Kamchatka berries, one of the three ideal pollinators for the “Wojtek cultivar”, grows moderately strongly, growing up to 1.7 m high, grows 0.7 m per year, long-lived and hardy shrub.

    Fruit: they are sweet, they hold on to the bush quite well, gives about 3.5 kg of fruit from the bush.

    Maturation: in May-June.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny position, fertile soil, sandy-loamy and loamy sandy soil.

  • Jagoda Kamczacka ’Klon 44’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamczacka Berry ’Klon 44’ (Kamtschatka-Heckenkirsche ’Klon 44’)

    General description: one of the most fertile varieties, shrub growing up to 1.5 m high, frost-hardy, from its fruits you can prepare many products including wine.

    Fruit:  large (1.4-1.6g), very healthy, fruit ripen at the end of May

    Flowering:  blooms in the first decade of April

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny or lightly shaded position; no major soil requirements, fertile, moderately moist with slightly acidic reaction.

  • Kamchatka berry ’Indigo Gem’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka berry ’Indigo Gem’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Indigo Gem’)

    General description: Canadian variety, fast growing, shrub reaching a height of 150 cm and a width of 120 cm; cross-pollinated: Aurora and Honeybee varieties are recommended. It has a high resistance to disease and frost.

    Fruit: fruit with a sweet dessert taste

    Maturation / Flowering: ripens in the second half of June, the fruit is suitable for mechanical and manual harvesting, does not fall off.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  humus substrate, moderately moist with a slightly acid reaction, sunny position, variety recommended for commercial  plantations.

  • Kamchatka berry ’Honeybee’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka berry ’Honeybee’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Honeybee’)

    General description: Canadian variety, fast growing, shrub reaching a height of 150 cm and width of 120 cm, to be planted every meter apart; several varieties are recommended; varieties: Indigo Gem, Aurora, Borealis, have high resistance to disease and frost.

    Fruit: fruits with slightly acidic taste, the fruits are suitable for mechanical and manual harvesting, they do not flake off.

    Maturation / flowering: ripens in the second half of June,

    Requirements / Cultivation:   humus substrate, moderately moist with a slightly acid reaction, in a sunny position; it is recommended to rejuvenate the bush after 5-6 years by cutting out some of the oldest shoots.

  • Kamczacka Berry ’Vostorg’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamczacka Berry ’Vostorg’ (Lonicera kamtschatica ’Vostorg’)

    General description: Russian variety, slightly branched, shrub resistant to frost and long-lived, shrub up to 1.8 m high. Variety recommended for amateur cultivation.

    Fruit: tasty, sweet and sour fruit; fruit appear 2-3 years after planting.

    Maturation / Flowering: ripening in May and June,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  light soils, permeable, slightly acidic, the stand should be very sunny, the variety is sensitive to drought.

  • Kamczacka berry ’Jugana’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamczacka berry ’Jugana’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Jugana’)

    General description: Russian variety with medium compact structure; shrub up to 150 cm high and 190 cm wide, dessert variety, perfectly suitable for freezing. Varieties recommended for pollination: ’Doczv Velikana’\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\', ’Vostorg’ ’Bakczarskij Velikan’’

    Fruit: pitcher-shaped fruit, very tasty.

    Maturation / Flowering: fruits ripen in the second half of June,

    Requirements / Cultivation:   fresh, moderately moist, slightly acidic soils, highly sunny places, frost-resistant variety.

  • Kamchatka berry ’Bakczarskij Velikan’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka berry ’Bakczarskij Velikan’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Bakczarskij Velikan’)

    General description: Russian variety, shrub reaches 160 cm high and 120 cm wide, medium compact structure of the bush. Pollinator plant: recommended cultivars – ‘Docz Velikana’, ‘Vostorg’. A variety with fruit for dessert application.

    Fruit: violet-blue fruits with a sweet-sour taste, fruits suitable for freezing,

    Maturation / Flowering: the fruits ripen at the end of June, the fruits are suitable for mechanical harvesting.

    Requirements / Cultivation:   fresh, moderately moist, slightly acidic soil, sunny position, excellent frost resistance.

  • Jagoda kamczacka ’Docz Velikana’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka bilberry ’Docz Velikana’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Docz Velikana’)

    Overview: Russian Variety about the oval sort, disseminate 180 achieving cm of the height and 130 cm of the width,, being suitable for a direct consumption as well as freezing, the bilberry is starting cropping after 2 of year from fixing,

    Ripen/flowering: second-half of the June

    Fruits: tasty fruits about the taste sweet and sour fruit ripens in May and June, enough are tolerating the transport,

    Cultivation/position: for position really sunny, light soils, permeable, lightly sour. Completely frost-resistant variety.

  • Kamchatka Berry ’Asset’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka Berry ’Asset’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Atut’)

    Sweet and sour fruit. The shrub fruits in the first year after planting, undemanding, frostproof.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May / early June in the first year after planting. Polish variety - frostproof shrub. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that have many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.

  • Kamchatka Berry ’Karina’

    1l - PLN8.90
    2l - 13.90 zł

    Kamchatka Berry ’Karina’ (Lonicera kamtchatica ’Karina’)

    A shrub that fruits the earliest. The fruit appears even before strawberries and raspberries.

    A Kamchatka berry is a long-lived shrub growing up to 1.5 m, fruiting for up to 30 years! The first fruit in the garden ripens in late May / early June in the first year after planting. Frostproof shrub. Juicy, tasty, sweet and sour fruit that has many recognized medicinal properties. In order to improve the yield, at least two different varieties should be planted next to each other that would pollinate each other. Between 2 and 5 kilograms of fruit can be harvested from the bush. It fruits in the first year after planting!

    It does not require acidic soil – can be planted in ordinary garden soil in a sunny / partially shaded spot, every 1-1.5 meter.