Hippophae rhamnoides - Male | Male Sea Berry
Sea berry (Sea Buckthorn) has the ability to grow in very harsh conditions and to improve poor soils. Female plants are valued for the dense clusters of bright orange berries seen in fall. In Europe this plant is highly valued for the vitamin-rich juice made from the fruit. A male plant that is needed for fruit and will pollinate up to 8 female plants.
Exposure: Sun/Part Shade Bloom Time: Summer into Fall Height x Width: 8-10' x 4-5' Hardiness: -40°C to -34°C USDA Zone: 3