“How can I grow honeyberries in zone 10?” Question from Nestor of Anaheim, California
Answer: Sadly, you cannot. Honeyberry (Lonicera caerulea) is a temperate shrub that survives in USDA Hardiness Zones 3-7. This means that it requires winter cold to complete its life cycle each year and survive. For this reason, you are unable to grow honeyberries where you live, but you can grow so many other wonderful fruits where you live, like figs, apricots, grapes, citrus, and even pomegranates. Here are a few articles that you may consider reading on fruits for your zone:
Growing Figs in the Garden
Seven Mediterranean Food Plants for the Dry Edible Garden
The Best Pomegranates for Home and Garden
Black Gold Horticulturist
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