The beginning of the summer brings us the delight of fresh fruit, which follow one another throughout the season.
Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries; it's up to you to enjoy a treat!
Derived from the honeysuckle botanical family, the honeyberry is an extremely hardy shrub.
The honeyberry is an upright shrub, with a height ranging from 1 to 2 m according to the variety, and a width of 1 m.
If drainage was well performed, the raspberry will be productive once planted in the soil, otherwise plant it in raised rows positioned at least 35 cm from the center of the rows.
The strawberry adjusts to many soil types, provided they are well drained. If there is no natural drainage, it is advised to plant them on mounds that have been formed the previous autumn preceding planting.
Besides wider planting distances in rows (1 to 2 m), the selection and preparation of the site and the planting and maintenance of the mulberry tree are the same as that of the raspberry.