Haskap 'Indigo Yum'
More About 'Indigo Yum'
- Lonicera caerulea 'Indigo Yum'
- Smaller, tubular-shaped, blue berry
- Similar flavour to 'Tundra', slightly more tangy
- Suitable for mechanical harvesting
- Ripens: June
Haskap Growing and Maintenance Tips
Haskap grow best in highly organic matter, a well-drained soil, and lots of sunlight for optimum productivity. More than one cultivar is needed for good fruit production. These berries will look ripe 1-2 weeks before they are truly ready to be eaten. If the berries are green inside, they are not ripe; they should be a deep purple-red inside when fully ripened.
'Indigo Yum' Characteristics
Soil MoistureMoist to Average