Lonicera KAMTSCHATICA, belongs to the Caprifoliaceae family, a plant native to the Asian peninsula of Kamchatka, called Siberian Blueberry, accustomed to the icy climates of the Bering Sea, widespread in Japan and Russia where it grows in the wild, it tolerates our climates well tolerating even the -30 ° C.
The fruit is similar to a narrower and elongated berry than that of other blueberry species, it has a bluish color like that of the common blueberry but with a lighter shade also due to the abundant purine it is covered with. The pulp inside is bright red. Its fine skin and its very small seeds make it a pleasant fruit, even if a little sour.
Rich in Vitamin C, D, B9, CALCIUM, PHOSPHORUS and POTASSIUM. The abundance of ANTIOXIDANTS makes the CAPILLARIES stronger for the benefit of the BRAIN, improving memory and EYES, improving VISION even at night. It is a NATURAL ANTIBIOTIC useful in the fight and prevention of cystitis.
THE SIBERIAN BLUEBERRY IS ONE OF 10 LEADER PRODUCTS THAT HAVE THE PROPERTY EXTENDING THE LIFE OF CELLULERS BY DELAYING AGING !!
Unlike all blueberries, the Siberian blueberry does not need acidic soils, and fits well in any type of soil.
It prefers sunny areas.
The ‘SINICZKA’ variety is very productive, with medium / large fruits. early ripening.
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