Honeysuckle the Giant's Daughter

Variety: fast growing

Fruits: very large, elongated pear-shaped

Berry size: 1.6 – 2.5 gr.

Taste: sweet and sour, dessert

Yield: 3.1-3.5 kg per bush

Maturation: medium, extended

Ripening period Medium late variety
planting material Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle variety «Daughter of the Giant» accepted for State Variety Testing in 2009.

The bush is tall, medium dense, oval, 1.7 m high. Annual shoots are straight. Young spring shoots on all sides acquire an anthocyanin raspberry color of medium intensity. The berries hold tenaciously on the branches, however, when harvested, they come off easily, without damage.

The fruits are non-one-dimensional, elongated pear-shaped, with a roller at the top, characteristically curved to the side at the base. The color is dark purple, almost black with a strong wax coating, which makes the berries look gray.

The honeysuckle fruits themselves are quite large: the average weight – 1.8 gr., maximum – 2.5 gr.

Honeysuckle "Daughter of the Giant" has a dessert, sweet and sour taste (4.8 points). The consistency of the pulp is medium, the skin – dense. The berry is transportable, great for freezing.

The variety is fast-growing. Ripening – mid-late, extended. The average yield from a bush of 5-8 years of age is – 3.1 kg, maximum – 3.5 kg.