• Canadian variety bred at the University of Saskatchewan; Russian Souvenir and Blue Pacific hybrid; as a matter of fact Honeybee was bred as a pollinator for ‘Borealis’, ‘Tundra’ and the ‘Indigo’ series but it turned out to be a fully valuable commercial variety on plantations.
  • Vigorous grower which reaches 150 cm high and 120 cm wide.
  • Usually bears cylindrical fruits which weigh 1.9 g, they are slightly tart, juicy and tasty; its fruits are of dessert quality; their stems strongly stick to the fruit; ripe berries stay in a bush for a long time until they get dry.
  • Gives crop at the second half of June (Poland); good for mechanical and manual harvesting, its berries do not drop off Usually a bush gives 4 kg (max 5 kg) of fruits; on average this variety yields a crop of 13.2 t/ha (max 16.5 t/ha).
  • To get a good crop, several different varieties should be planted one next to another (to enable cross pollination); the following varieties are especially recommended: ‘Indigo Gem’, ‘Tundra’, ‘Aurora’ and ‘Borealis’.
  • We possess a license for propagating this variety, granted to us by the University of Saskatchewan.