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Sea Berry

A new and very valuable plant for North American gardeners, Sea Berry is very popular in many regions of the world. Sea Berry is native to both Central Asia, reaching as far as Western China, and in Europe, in countries around the Baltic Sea. Among Sea Berry's many attributes are exceptional ornamental value, tasty and healthful fruit, cover and food for wildlife, and ability to grow in and improve poor soils. As an ornamental, Sea Berry is prized for its attractive, narrow, grayish-green foliage and its fall display of large clusters of bright orange-yellow berries, which cover the branches and can persist well into winter. Sea Berry is an extremely hardy and valuable fruiting plant. It is unique in its ability to produce crops in the most inhospitable areas. The fruit is very high in Vitamin C (about 7 times more than lemons), Vitamin A, and E, and has a pleasant acidic flavor which, when sweetened, makes delicious juice. During the Cold War, East Germany used Sea Berry as a healthful substitute for orange juice. The fruit is also unique for its oil content, which is used as a treatment for burns and skin diseases as well as for ulcers and other illnesses. We have attended three international Sea Berry conferences and have observed its cultivation and use in Germany, Russia, and China. Sea Berry has become a valuable commercial crop in Germany where it is harvested by machine and made into delicious juice and other products. Sea Berry's German name is Sanddorn and if you have the opportunity to visit Germany, you will find juice and other items in many stores. We harvest our fruit by hand or by cutting off the fruit laden branches and freezing them. The frozen berries can easily be shaken off and, after thawing, make great juice.

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This unique variety was selected for its exceptionally high content of Vitamin C and E. The abundant, deep- orange berries ripen in late August and make delicious juice. A vigorous and attractive, upright growing shrub, Askola can reach 10-12 ft. in height.
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$ 24.95


One of several superior varieties from a Soviet breeding program in Moscow, Botanica™ is prized for its abundant crops of very large and richly flavored, bright orange fruit. Botanica™ is a very reliable and productive variety in our region.
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$ 21.95


A vigorous and productive, upright growing shrub, Frugana bears abundant crops of early ripening large, flavorful, bright orange-red berries.
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$ 21.95
Garden’s Gift™

Garden's Gift™

A product of a breeding program at Moscow State University, this valuable variety produces abundant crops of large, dark orange, aromatic fruit, great for juice and preserves. A very pretty shrub, Garden's Gift™ is striking in the fall with long pendulous branches covered with bright orange berries.
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$ 21.95
Golden Sweet™

Golden Sweet™

This attractive, medium size shrub is prized for its large and very sweet fruit.
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$ 21.95


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.
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$ 21.95


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.
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$ 21.95
Male Sea Berry

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.
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$ 21.95 Available in the Spring
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