A vigorous and strong pollinator, Lord has silvery green leaves which may be used as animal fodder- rather than discarding prunings from the plant, try feeding them to birds, or better yet, let some chickens keep the base of the bush clean and sucker-free by purposefully pasturing them through your plants. Sea Buckthorn have nodules on their roots which help fix nitrogen into the ground, and are a common plant in permaculture orchards for this natural 'fertilizer' effect on plants in their vicinity.
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 3
Recommended Use: pollinator for female plants
Pollination: 1 male pollinates 5-7 females via wind
Size including roots: 1 year (40-60cm) or 2 year (60-70cm)