Help bring this plant back to life


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Hello,

I recently just got this plant at my my local nursery. It’s a called- Combo Polar Haskap Berry H/S. I have attached some pictures and was wondering what are your insights to what is wrong with this plant and how I can’t bring it back to life thriving and fruiting again? I ah e attached photos of the plant.

Jade


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Is that the soil it came with? What do you feed it and how much\often? When you put your finger into the soil is it wet when your pull it back out?
 
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It’s a variety of fruiting honeysuckle. It’s going dormant, you don’t need to do anything. It should be outside. It can take very cold conditions
 
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Honeyberry or Haskap (Lonicera caerulea) is rated as cold hardy down to USDA Zone 2A (-50º F/-45.5 °C) so it should survive outside in most parts of Alberta, though blossoms can be damaged at higher temperatures. This is a fruit crop that is fairly reliable in colder climates, though perhaps less so in especially cold years. In any case it will need to go dormant in Winter so would not make a good choice for indoor cultivation.
 
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Honeyberry or Haskap (Lonicera caerulea) is rated as cold hardy down to USDA Zone 2A (-50º F/-45.5 °C) so it should survive outside in most parts of Alberta, though blossoms can be damaged at higher temperatures. This is a fruit crop that is fairly reliable in colder climates, though perhaps less so in especially cold years. In any case it will need to go dormant in Winter so would not make a good choice for indoor cultivation.
That was a remarkably helpful description. Did you learn this detail somewhere and memorize it or did you "hit the books" ? Just fun but damn boy you are smart!
 

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