About Sea Berries 


Sea Berry is also known as Sea Buckthorn or Hippophae rhamnoides. Considered to be too acidic to be eaten fresh, it is best used in jellies, juices and sauces. The ripe fruit is the color of burnt orange and is a good source of Vitamin C and is touted for its healing properties. The plant is an interesting shrub with its fruit abundantly covering its branches. It is known for its nitrogen fixing properties although it is not a legume; as well as, its tolerance of poor soils and drought conditions.

Sea Berry Care


Select a sunny location with good drainage to plant kiwis. Water regularly and deeply for the first year, especially during dry periods. Fertilize with an all purpose fertilizer before the plant comes out of dormancy in the spring. Adding mulch annually to reduces weeds and preserves moisture. If needed, use an insecticidal soap during the growing season to control insect pests. Sea berries need very little pruning except to remove dead branches and control the shape as desired.

Our Sea Berry Varieties
Botanica Sea Berry
Gardens Gift Sea Berry
Gardens Gift
Leikora Sea Berry
Male Sea Berry
Radiant Sea Berry