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This Russian variety boasts excellent fruit quality. Large, tender and easy to pick. This cultivar reaches 10-12', or can be kept smaller with annual pruning or bending for a living fence.
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 its vicinity.
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 3
Recommended Use: juice, cooking, baking
Ripens: Early September
Size including roots: 1 year (40-60cm) or 2 year 60cm minimum