The analysis of berries in Russian, Canadian, American and Polish Blue Honeysuckle (Haskap) varieties

Why did we become interested in the cultivation of haskap berries on commercial plantations? In 2009, we were delivered some mother plants of the Russian Blue Honeysuckle varieties and our customers placed their first orders for their seedlings. After a little consideration, we decided to start growing Blue Honeysuckle on a commercial plantation. The mother […]

Rhododendrons and other plants of the heather family

The general principles of the rhododendronand other heather family plants cultivation Young plants (rhododendrons, azaleas, kalmias and American Blueberry) bought on our farm need to be replanted from multipallets to bigger containers which should be of adequate size, i.e. 1.5 to 2 l. The substrate on the basis of sour peat and with the following […]

Saskatoon (Serviceberry)

SASKATOON (SERVICEBERRY)Amelanchier alnifoliaRosaceae – (the rose family) OCCURENCE The Saskatoon cultivars originated from its wild form Amelanchier alnifolia, encompassing about 25 diverse species which may grow from 0.5 m to even 15 m high. In the wild, the Saskatoon can be found in the north-east part of the United States and the south-west regions of […]


RASPBERRY Rubus idaeus L. Raspberry_05-05-2015 Raspberries are not only tasty but also highly regarded for their nutritional values. These delicious and aromatic berries are a treasury of vitamins and minerals. They are considered to be a natural home remedy for colds and flu, and are good for the fresh fruit market and for commercial processing. […]


GIANT BLACKBERRY Rubus sp. The blackberry brings to mind wild black and tasty berries which are well protected by their prickly shrubs. Nowadays, thanks to breeding efforts of different growers, we have many thornless varieties which yield giant and tasty berries, and can easily be cultivated in home gardens and on commercial plantations. OCCURRENCE The […]

Blue Honeysuckle – Haskap

The Blue Honeysuckle on the list of traditional foods in the EUREGISTERED AT LAST!! We are pleased to inform you that pursuant to the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 2018/1991 of 13 December 2018, under Regulation (EU) No 2015/2283 of the European Parliament and of the Council, the Blue Honeysuckle berries (Lonicera caerulea L.) have […]

American blueberry

High-bush Blueberry Growing Tips Soil requirements. Blueberries prefer acidic (pH 3.5-5.5), free-draining yet moist (irrigation!) soils with low salinity. They can be sandy, sandy-clayey, with plenty of rich organic matter or peaty but always with loose structure, well aerated and permeable. Blueberries develop shallow and delicate root system and that is why they require moist […]

USDA Zones

Quality of water

In relation to some intensive methods of the heather family cultivation implemented by many nursery producers, often in plastic tunnels with the application of high fertilisation to obtain the commercial material as quickly as possible (lowering the costs); I would like to draw your attention to several aspects connected with irrigation and fertilisation. The quality […]

How we set up our first Blue Honeysuckle plantation

How we set up our first Blue Honeysuckle plantation Recently, the Blue Honeysuckle has become popular in Poland thanks to its early fruiting (its fruits ripen as the first ones in season) and healthful properties. It arouses interests among berry growers because a many year-long breeding has resulted in developing delicious table fruits which are […]

Haskap, a new berry discovery?