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.
Selected by our friend and breeder Klim Arbakov, Klim’s Prize™ is a compact, upright growing shrub and bears abundant crops of large, bright orange berries. This unique, sweet, high quality fruit is good for fresh eating as well as for juice.#5253
Valued for both its fruit and its ornamental value, Leikora bears abundant crops of large, juicy, flavorful, bright orange berries. Leikora berries ripen in late August to early September and the fruit-laden branches can be used as a striking addition to floral displays.
Male Sea Berry
A good pollinator for the many varieties we offer, our Male variety is also a fine ornamental with large, dark golden-brown, flower buds. One Male plant can pollinate up to 8 female plants.
This popular Siberian variety bears abundant crops of flavorful, reddish-orange fruit, which has more than two times the vitamin C of most other varieties and also contains high amounts of vitamins E and A.
We are very excited to offer this new and exceptional variety from the work of our friend H.J. Albrecht in Berlin. This patented variety is prized for its incredible crops of large, bright orange, flavorful and vitamin-rich berries.
A valuable Siberian variety, Radiant™ is prized for its large, juicy and flavorful fruit, which is particularly high in Vitamin C. Radiant™ forms a compact, attractive shrub growing to about 8 ft. in height.
An attractive, vigorous and productive, medium-size shrub, Russian Orange™ bears abundant crops of very large, flavorful, deep orange berries. Russian Orange™ also features unusually lush, grayish green foliage.
This new hybrid of Siberian and German parents is a great variety for the home garden. Early ripening and attractive, Sirola™ bears abundant crops of bright reddish-orange, large and unusually sweet fruit. Sirola™ is good for fresh eating and makes a tasty juice, especially when mixed with Leikora, Orange Energy® or another more acidic variety.