Alternatively called Sea buckthorn. I just planted a named variety called "Golden Sweet" and a male pollinator. Purchased from The One World mail order nursery.
I'm curious if anyone else in our area has tried growing this berry. Any comments are appreciated.
According to the catalog sea berries should do well in the Pacific NW. I had queried the nursery about the variety they considered to be the sweetest when eaten fresh. Apparently this yellow-orange berry is already quite popular in Europe and Asia, although relatively unknown in the US. My new additions now reside in a big berry patch with rows including high and low bush blueberries, black and red currants, and Gojis.
Any advice about any other species of edible berries I might like to consider, is also appreciated.