Is Honeysuckle Edible?

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Honeysuckle is somewhat edible. You can eat the honey part, but eat the berries and you'll be on your way to an early grave. There are nearly 180 different know honeysuckle species, most native to Europe and Asia, with only about twenty indigenous to the US.
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Pull the flower off, a white string pulls out. At the end of the string
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This is a plant that is, as I stated earlier, very hardy, soshould be able to be grown anywhere where there is reasonable soilfor gardening, a little protection from winds (better
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The berry is a pale to dark blue, sometimes with a waxy overlaywhich makes it look dusty white. The flavour is described as ablueberry with black currant and black raspberry overtones
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Edible Honeysuckle
Edible honeysuckle (Lonicera caerulea), also known as blue honeysuckle and honeyberry, is a fruit-bearing shrub in the honeysuckle family. This plant is native to the Japanese island of Hokkaido, as well as to the region east of Lake Baikal in Russia.... More »
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