Sea Buckthorn in the NE?
Hi - I'm new to this site and glad I found it! I am very interested in growing Sea Buckthorn in my rather small yard but have a few questions:
1. I noticed when I searched the site that it may not do that well in the northeast - anyone have any success with it in this part of the country?
2. Are there any cultivars that people are especially happy with, particularly in regards to the taste of the berries?
3. How hard are they to establish? My only possible site is a western exposure that would be partly shaded in the afternoon due to a large tree. I have read that 1/2 day sun is OK (not ideal, I'm sure)
4. For those of you who are lucky enough to have both, (and you could only have one) would you choose a Sea Buckthorn or a Goumi? Thanks for any help!