Sea Berry
Hippophae rhamnoides
Very popular in Eastern Europe, Russia and China, Sea Berry is a new and very valuable plant for North American gardeners. Also known as Sea Buckthorn, Sea Berry is prized for its tasty and healthful fruit, its ability to grow in and improve poor soils and its striking large clusters of bright orange-yellow berries, which cover the branches and can persist well into the fall. Sea Berry fruit is very high in Vitamins C, A and E, and it’s tart juice, when sweetened, makes a delicious drink. The fruit is also unique for its oil content, which is used medicinally and in cosmetics.
Amber Dawn™
Hippophae rhamnoides
Amber Dawn™ bears abundant crops of large, sweet, bright orange berries which make exceptionally high quality jam and juice. A particularly attractive variety, Amber Dawn™ grows to be a broad spreading shrub, 4-6 ft. in height. 5350
Askola™
Hippophae rhamnoides
This unique variety was selected for its abundant crops of deep- orange berries which are exceptionally high in Vitamin C and make delicious juice. A vigorous and attractive, upright growing shrub, Askola can reach 10-12 ft. in height. 5209
Baikal™
Hippophae rhamnoides
Baikal™ is prized for its attractive, compact form and its unusually sweet and nutritious fruit. Juice made from Baikal™ fruit is bright orange and very high in Vitamins C, A, and E. 5211
Botanica™
Hippophae rhamnoides
Botanica™ is prized for its abundant crops of very large and richly flavored, bright orange fruit. 5215
Frugana
Hippophae rhamnoides
A vigorous and very productive, upright growing shrub, Frugana bears abundant crops of early ripening, large, flavorful, bright orange-red berries. 5236
Garden’s Gift™
Hippophae rhamnoides
This valuable and early ripening variety produces abundant crops of large, dark orange, aromatic fruit, great for juice and preserves. 5275
Golden Sweet™
Hippophae rhamnoides
This attractive, medium size shrub is prized for its large and very sweet fruit. 5218
Hergo
Hippophae rhamnoides
Attractive and easy to grow, Hergo is the most widely planted variety in German orchards. Hergo's light- orange, richly flavorful, juicy berries ripen in late August to early September. 5239
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