Propagating honeysuckle can be done in several ways. Herb: Himalayan Honeysuckle Latin name: Leycesteria formosa Family: Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle Family) Edible parts of Himalayan Honeysuckle: Fruit? Overview Information Honeysuckle is a plant. Whilst I agree that invasive plant species should be controlled, having lost 98% of our native wildflower meadows and thousands of miles of hedgerow, there isn't a great deal of forage available for pollinating insects - a major factor in their decline. I keep about 5-6 in the garden, pinch them out so they don't get tall enough to seed over the fence & also produce more side shoots & more flowers. Cornelian Cherry, which is the edible dogwood, Cornus mas; Autumn Olives; Goumi; Chilean Myrtle also called Luma; Chocolate Berry, which is a Himalayan Honeysuckle; Strawberry Tree – they're not that choice, but they're 100% edible; Haskap, which is the old fashioned name for Honeyberry. January 2015 I usually allow just 3 plants to survive per year on my small plot so they grow as 'spectacular as nature internded'. Description of the plant: Minimum temperature:-20 degrees Celsius. Himalayan Balsam is a saving grace for honey bees and other insects in the North West. October 2012 Well edible ! I can't believe my neighbour, who always bought from a seed catalogue, would have ever planted these seeds. I dont spend thousands a year wailing and nashings teeth worrying about what in some peoples eyes are invasive species, Britains full of them, I had a Himalayan Honeysuckle appear 4 yrs ago, its now 12 feet tall and full of beautiful racemes of flowers and berries, The postman hates it but the blackbirds love the berries, the postman lost. Native Range: Himalayas, western China, eastern Tibet, Bloom Description: White with deep red bracts. I didn't know until last year that they are edible seeds and flowers so perhaps this year there will be four growing. Its a massive & unnecessary problem for us too. I would like to see more done to provide alternative food sources for our pollinating insects when nectar-rich non-native plants are destroyed. January 2014 You can work all day & only find perfect leaves & stems with nary an insect to be seen. The fruit of this plant is edible, though there is some disagreement in regard to its taste. - one unconfirmed report said that the fruit is edible. July 2012 April 2013 February 2013 Hope this helps! Flowers are followed by ornamental, spherical berries that are almost black and glossy, non edible, though some say they taste sweet. Himalayan Honeysuckle: Leycesteria formosa. Eco systems evolved over hundreds of thousands of years with interdependent vegetation, insects and birds suited to the places in which they evolved. Suzy Peters. Hi Ruby, I have grown Himalayan Balsam since 1999 when I brought seeds back from a house exchange on Vancouver Island. These beautiful flowers are California natives and are also known as Gilia tricolor. An amazing cut flower. It's just after that stage that I decide which ones will be allowed to flourish and I put a marker by them. that's if I can get them before the grandchildren pop them. Videos. This plant is from the same family and has a similar, yellow flower. just when a useful to bees and humans plant comes along nature decides that it's ideal for some bug that the blue tits would like. The hollow stems can be used to make whistles and flutes. Leycesteria formosa. Himalayan Honeysuckle: Leycesteria formosa. I chorttle watching the "eco" groups pulling it out, churning up all that soil into bare earth, totally unaware that they are creating the perfect environment for another "invasion" next year. Hardiness Zone: 6-9 I wonder if you can make himalayan seedpod wine?? Birds such as blackbirds, hummingbirds, and pheasants seem to like the dark purple berries. The most commonly planted is Lonicera caerulea. Strangely I've just sent off for some quinoa seed and there are slight similarities. August 2014 They say the orange flowered kind can and they are similar with juicy stems... Can the leaves be used to make tea? July 2013 I have now messaged a few beekeeper forums asking this same question. The Pheasant Berry was brought over by the Victorians from the Himalayas or South West China and has toffee tasting berries when ripe but are dreadful and very bitter before then. Want to find out how you can get to know her as a wild edible? The garden is made up of a mixture of more than 260 species and 18,000 native and exotic plants like the sacred bamboo and Himalayan honeysuckle. In years when the Balsam doesn't produce a good amount of nectar, I usually end up having to feed my bees sugar syrup in the Autumn for them to have enough food to survive the winter. Hollow, bamboo-like, upright, powder-gray stems are clad with opposite, undivided, long-pointed, cordate-based, ovate dark green leaves (to 2-7” long). September 2012 Can this plant(Himalayan Balsam or pink jewelweed) be used to treat/heal poison ivy rash? May 2013 Grown from seed, Semi-ripe cuttings with a heel, among other methods. Oregon grape (Berberis aquifolium, formerly Mahonia aquifolium) is an evergreen shrub with an upright habit that provides four seasons of color. June 2012 Himalayan honeysuckle plants develop a truly unique looking flower. Himalayan honeysuckle plants are native to the forest land of the Himalayas and southwestern China. White honeysuckle flowers are held in drooping clusters of deep red bracts, later followed by showy purple-black edible berries, said to taste like toffee. Oregon Grape. Soil erosion is not just a problem for the local wildlife. The HB has only got to 6 inches tall to date (probably because I never water and this is a garden in full sun all day) Typical eh? It probably is. However, the nectar from the flowers of a honeysuckle plant can be ingested without harm. Himalayas. Himalyan Balsam is doing just that in some areas, particularly river banks. Flowers are followed by small fleshy edible purple berries which purportedly taste like toffee or caramel. My 'specimen' HB's have a trunk of over three inches diameter and have many branches and are approx 4 feet tall. I have not tasted the berries but they are supposedly edible and have a bitter taste. Because if this is really true then that would be another huge factor to the collapse of bees colonies worldwide since Bee population is down 30% from those pollenating Oilseed crops. I volunteer with the YWT and at this time of year our main job is trying to remove himalayan balsam. I have grown a plant called Leycesteria formosa, and this plant is edible (I eat it about 2 years and I'm stil alive and well) it has a special taste a bit like burnt sugar (dont know the name on english) fruits very well ,and in fact it is plenty on fruit now and into the database, they say they dont know this, i should say try it its very good but must be fully ripe (dark brown berry's). Yes. Could you tell me if there's a yellow variety also please? Foraging With Kids Here in Essex England it is very dry, so each year they get fewer until they disappear altogether, but I just collect a few seeds when in a wetter area & start again. Hi Susan. An interesting plant, with unique tasting edible berries. It is native to forested areas of the Himalayas and southwestern China. Himalayan Honeysuckle: Leycesteria formosa. In the UK armies of volunteers spend thousands of hours destroying this weed. Bird’s Eyes. October 2013 The plant makes beautiful white flowers with purple bracts hanging down. Genus name honors William Leycester, Chief Justice of Bengal c.1820. Small, mildly-scented, white honeysuckle flowers, subtended by showy deep red bracts, bloom throughout summer (June – September) in terminal and axillary pendulous racemes. After flowering, cute purple berries appear which are said to taste of caramel and be highly attractive to birds like pheasants. Lonicera japonica. March 2013 Leycesteria formosa, commonly called Himalayan honeysuckle, is a multi-caned deciduous shrub in the honeysuckle family that typically grows to 3-6’ tall. Absolutely share your concerns re oilseed rape and bees. Plant database entry for Pheasant Berry (Leycesteria formosa 'Gold Leaf') with 6 images and 23 data details. Nature makes it's own decisions, sometimes it's not that pretty to everyone but as it's said, everything happens for a reason and the land ultimately belongs to nature. To expand the reach of this pretty, shade-creating vine in your garden, follow the tips and guidelines found in this article. Can this be the same invasive weed? Plants produce upright bamboo-like hollow stems of a beautiful powdery grey colour. We took away the native food sources, now we’re taking away the non-natives. I shall treat them with extreme caution!! Leycesteria formosa is a robust and easily grown shrub native to China and Tibet, which attracts a wealth of wildlife. That's the standard opinion on most things nowadays and just about everything from a football club losing a match to the price of carrots is put down to global warming. Whether or not winter stem freezing occurs, plant appearance can often be greatly improved by a late winter pruning of stems to as far back as 6-12” from the ground without fear of flower loss because flowers appear on new growth. Naturally humans on the whole don't think that far ahead though. White honeysuckle flowers are held in drooping clusters of deep red bracts, later followed by showy purple-black edible berries, said to taste like toffee. Plant Language It is actually illegal to spread this plant in the UK. In all the years I've grown them they have never spread to my neighbours gardens. Himalayan Honeysuckle is a woody shrub, often included in the perennial border. The flower, seed, berries, and leaves are used for medicine. The blooms are followed by tiny purple berries that are edible and said to taste like toffee or caramel. However, the nectar from the flowers of a honeysuckle plant can be ingested without harm. And if you ran into the blooming plant, by all means eat the flowers. Close all around them are Asian poppies (beautiful Gold) cornflowers Gallardia, Potentillas and clover. Honeysuckle Filters. Ive got two stems of rasberries appear this year by the shed and so far have had 10 berries off them, thank you mother nature, but the wild patch of raspberries over in the small woodland area over the way has died off this year producing only half a pound of berries but last year we filled our freezer with them. However there are lots of other plants the bees would love equally. Himalayan honeysuckle keeps on making new flowers as the plant continues growing throughout the season. Thanks for the info. And unlike some other honeysuckles you may know, this easy-care beauty won’t dominate your garden. It is a carefree blooming plant that is attractive to butterflies, bees and even hummingbirds. Himalayan honeysuckle is a relatively unknown shrub, but its graceful green stems, pretty white flowers and purplish-brown fruits make it a real winner. ... this shrub is also called Chocolate berry, this is an amazing edible ornamental. Specimen or in small groups for woodland gardens. If ingested in large quantities, respiratory failure, convulsions and coma may occur. Nature is our best defense against flooding & without it we will be spending millions on new flood defenses/homes destroyed. Fragrant yellow flowers bloom in spring and clumps of edible, blueish-black berries form in summer and hold until winter. ... Fragrant Purple Himalayan Honeysuckle Collection with … The plant is a fast grower and will quickly spring … Himalayan honeysuckle Join the RHS today and get 12 months for the price of 9. It's also worth pointing out that as climate change continues many of these invasive "weeds" may be the plants that we are going to need in the future. Whistles can be made from the hollow plant stems. Hi Derek, I'm really interested to know where or how you heard about the damaging effect of Oilseed pollen. I was told they called them Imperial Busy Lizzies & I was asked to water them regularly. Himalayan Honeysuckle + Has drought tolerance: Intolerant + Has edible part: Fruit + Has edible use: Unknown use + Has environmental tolerance: High wind + Has fertility type: Insects + Has flowers of type: Hermaphrodite + Has growth rate: Moderate + Has hardiness zone: 7 + Has image: Leycesteria formosa.jpg + Has lifecycle type: Perennial + Has material part even with my best ones having stems that are approximately six inches diameter the roots only extend approx twelve inches diameter and are very shallow. Small, mildly-scented, white honeysuckle flowers, subtended by showy deep red bracts, bloom throughout summer (June – September) in terminal and axillary pendulous racemes. Appreciates part afternoon shade in hot summer climates. I live in one of France's neighbour countries, Belgium, and it grows here abundantly. June 2014 Summer salad would not be the same without balsam flowers and lemon mint leaves. January 2013 Apply a thick winter mulch in areas near the northern edge of the growing range to protect the root system. The Himalayan Balsam is a very adaptable survivor, to the rear of my border in amongst the Atlantic Delpiniums, (which I've removed the flower stems from as they are over and done with,) there are maybe a hundred HB's, but they are only max 18 inches tall and single stemmed, yet over in the wet ground with the montbretia (now there's a plant you cant get rid of) and the various flavours of mints and aqualigia they are over six foot tall but their stem is only and inch diameter. any others (hundreds) just get pinched off or if I'm feeling energetic just pulled and tossed on the ground to wither and help compost. Winter hardy to USDA Zone 7 where it is easily grown in average, moist but well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. I'd think twice before sowing the seeds - unless if you live in a more dry area. My flower border is full of flowers, roses included. This stuff is extremely invasive and is steadily crowding out local native plants in the area of Northern England. December 2012 November 2012 It is best used as you would a perennial or annual, mixed into a colorful border or used as a patio container plant. It’s an extremely handsome shrub with a long season of interest, bearing shapely leaves, trailing white and claret flowers from mid- to late summer, followed by reddish purple berries in autumn. What should not be allowed are the counties of oilseed. This versatile shrub can be grown for its ornamental value in summer as well as for a tasty supply of blueberry-like fruits. Please do not sow seeds of Himalayan Balsam, its incredibly invasive and will smother out native plants! Many thanks. November 2013 Biological warfare is on the way with CABI investigating a species specific rust. So if ever a plant needs banning it's the oilseed not the Balsam which is a fantastic source of nectar for you, me and the bees, just when it's needed. The plant is extremely fast growing & once it gains a foothold it wipes out all of the other species attempting to grow there & the area becomes a complete balsam monoculture. Sort by Sort by Show ... Himalayan Honeysuckle (Leycestria formosa) Also called chocolate berry, this rare and interesting multi stemmed, semi evergreen shrub grows to 6 feet tall. Honeyberry is one of the common names for the edible form of honeysuckle ( Lonicera ). Lin, you're probably referring to touch-me-not balsam, Impatiens noli-tangere. during the extreme wet spring of 2013 they were a godsend to the bumble bees and we counted 6 different species that were taking advantage of them, then of course they got blackfly and all kinds of other parasitic flies etc. All gardeners love nature - so please be conscientious in your plant choices. Listed in the RHS Plant Finder. I live in central France. There are so many plants that people get 'a bee in their bonnet' about it's unreal, for example there's a tree that self seeded out the back (nope dont know what it is) it grows like a nutter every year and produces leaves that some little black caterpillar loves, everyone tells me to get rid of it and I refuse but cut it back to a bare trunk every year so it grows new branches and leaves for the caterpillars the next year. Some say that the fully ripe fruit is sweet, while others say it is very bitter. Like many other members of the Honeysuckle family, the flowers and fruits often form in pairs. Your comment will be posted after it is approved. If the temperature dips below 12°F (-10°C), stems are likely to be killed to the ground. It has a very bitter taste and is not very desirable, though the birds love it. in the spring the HB's show themselves with a very characteristic pair of large seed leaves. It has a preference for wet feet though - so it likes to grow near riversides etc. so far this year 'end of march 2014' I've seen at least fifty queen bumblers and about a dozen honeybees in my garden, so we have done something right last year. If ingested in large quantities, respiratory failure, convulsions and coma may occur. … Balsam has barely any root system. Nothing is struggling and I never water them. Thankfully Himalayan/Indian balsam is here to stay. Treat with extreme caution, this is an invasive species. If you see balsam please pull it out, or at the very least don't plant it; you don't know where its hundreds of seeds will end up... Balsam seeds can be transported on shoes and tires as well as the more traditional route where the seed bursts on a river bank & is transported by water. You can pull out 5 six foot plants one handed. April 2012 The Himalayan honeysuckle is native to the Himalayas and China. I've seen and admired whole swathes of Himalyan balsam along river banks, not once is there a scorched earth effect eating it's way out year after year into the surrounding fields denying the wildlife the vegetation and the farmers their crops. Urban Foraging August 2012 my neighbours have had plants off me once I showed them that you can just mow or hand pick the ones out you dont need when they shoot up in the spring as they are in fact quite a delicate annual and do not make a 'scorched bare earth' of your garden as some who should know better try to tell you. Edible weed: how to eat Himalayan balsam flower and use the stem as a straw, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Set this shrub up as a hedge when preparing a flowered hedge or simply in a shrub bed, small copse or as a standalone. Because if you don't it sets as hard as concrete making it unusable to feed the young with, and that comes on top of the 'June Dearth' when nectar is in short supply elsewhere, Deciduous or semi-evergreen, many-stemmed perennial shrub (<2+ m) with straight, hairless round stems (1-2 cm thick) that are hollow and green when young but become woody. Family. Himalayan honeysuckle (Leycesteria formosa) – Commonly known as chocolate berry for the tiny purple edible berries said to taste like toffee or caramel, Himalayan honeysuckle plants offer something unique to the garden, white blooms that hang from brilliant scarlet bracts. The non-invasive honeysuckle is a desirable garden plant for pretty flowers. Japanese Honeysuckle. I think I'd best tread carefully, My little garden at the front, 12x5 has asian poppies, cornflowers Gallardia, two rose bushes, Gogi berry and grape (both over 6 foot) growing up the wall, Atlantic delphiniums that have just gone to seed but were 6 feet tall, a dianthus thats been there for two years that just 'appeared' and is approx a foot square, a few thistle family things that I haven't bothered to identify but tend to put a couple of the nice looking leaves in a salad, (and I aint dead yet) A 2x3 patch of polyanthus that looks great in early spring, a lot of that very small dark red/purple clover stuff that has a small yellow flower and is a pain to keep pulling out and right at this moment you cant see a spare bit of soil anywhere because,,,, the rest has been filled in with,,, yep, Himalayan Balsam. Himalayan honeysuckle / Pheasant berry. What a fantastic pioneer plant we have on our hands. Himalayan honeysuckle seeds are available on Amazon. Dappled shade. 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