Kamchatka Honeysuckle Bakczarskij Velikan 1L

Lonicera caerulea var. kamtschatica Bakczarskij Velikan

General description :

Bakczarskij Velikan is a fast-growing Russian cultivar of the Kamchatka honeysuckle. The shrub grows to about 1.5 m high and 1.2 m wide. It’s highly resistant to diseases and frost.

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General description

General description: The Barczarskij Velikan Kamchatka honeysuckle is a shrub that grows up to 1.6 m high, and in the flowering season it’s showered with small flowers and is characterised by high fertility. Kamchatka honeysuckles are known the world over under many names, such as the sweetberry honeysuckle, fly honeysuckle, blue-berried honeysuckle, Haskap berry or simply the honeyberry – all these names represent this amazing plant of extraordinary properties. The Kamchatka honeysuckle’s popularity grows day by day, largely owing to the rise of health food trends. Kamchatka honeysuckles bear delectable and very healthy fruit, therefore it is worth seriously considering cultivating them in one’s own garden, especially since it’s easy to do so.

Flowers

Flowers: This shrub’s flowers are quite inconspicuous, pale yellow, and resistant to spring frosts. It’s a cross-pollinating shrub, which means that to gain the highest possible fruit yield, it needs to be planted in the near vicinity of other Kamchatka honeysuckles. Barczarskij Velikan is an ideal pollinator for the Vostorg or Docz Velikan varieties.

Blooming

Blooming: Bakczarskij Velikan blooms in April.

Leaves

Leaves: This shrub's leaves are oval, green with a slightly bluish underside. Fresh foliage is slightly tomentose (fuzzy).

Fruit

Fruit: Bakczarskij Velikan berries are spindle-shaped, elongated. They are juicy, slightly sourish, and very tasty. The more ripe they are, the sweeter. Kamchatka honeysuckle fruit are rich in healthful nutrients, such as pectins, organic acids, vitamin c and sugars. Moreover, pigments contained in the berries have remarkable properties of strengthening blood vessels and removing heavy metals and other toxins from the body.

Ripening

Ripening: This variety bears fruit from mid-June to mid-July. It can bear fruit as early as a year after planting. In the second and third year the plant can produce from 0.5 to 1 kg of berries from a single shrub. This variety may provide as much as 3 kg of fruit from just one shrub and Kamchatka honeysuckles bear fruit for up to 30 years.

CultivationRequirements

Cultivation requirements: Kamchatka honeysuckles are easy to cultivate. They tolerate sandy and dry soils, although they grow best in slightly acidic, moderately moist, sandy loam soils, preferably in sunny or semi-shaded locations.

Pruning

Pruning: During the first five years after planting Kamchatka honeysuckles need absolutely no pruning. The first thinning out to remove old shoots is to be done after about five years (depending on whether the shrub needs this). Thanks to such pruning, the fresh new shoots will gain access to more light and we gain the possibility of shaping the shrub to our liking. Pruning should be done before blooming or after fruiting, once the berries have been picked.

Overwintering

Overwintering: This variety of Kamchatka honeysuckle is particularly frost resistant. It does not freeze in temperatures as low as -45°C. At the beginning of November, young shrubs should be covered in soil with peat so that a mound of about 30 cm in height is formed over the plant.

Origin

Origin: Russia.

JAG KAM BAKCZARS 1

Data sheet

Type
fruiting
evergreen
no
Flowering date
IV
Fragrant flowers
no
Fruit ripening
July
June
Plant age
1

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