[NAFEX] seaberry source?
jstorvick at gmail.com
Sat Jan 8 09:55:46 EST 2011
By seaberry, are you referring to *Hippophae rhamnoides*? If you try
searching for it as "sea buckthorn" you might have better luck. I know One
Green World has a bazillion cultivars, many from the former Soviet Union
where there was apparently some great breeding work going on. Their
seaberry page can be found here:
On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 9:43 AM, Maria Schumann <mariaschu at vtlink.net> wrote:
> Does anyone know of a good source for seaberry plants? I was planning on
> buying 40 or so plants from northwoods nursery, but they have already sold
> out, and the other nurseries I know of who sell them are too expensive.
> Northwoods said they are the only nursery in the u.s. growing seaberries--
> can that be true? I'm looking for a mix of russian and german varieties.
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