buffalo berries

chescordAugust 13, 2013

I live in the southern utah town of Parowan. I have successfully located holly grapes, choke cherries, currants, rose hips and service berries locally but haven't been able to find buffalo berries. Does anyone know if buffalo berries grow in southwest utah?

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I know this is pretty old but this is my first time in the Woodlands forum. Both the Shepardia Argentea and Shepardia Canadensis should be able to grow in your zone. Blackfootnativeplants.com has the Shepardia Canadensis. I purchased three from there recently and Kathy there is really great at customer service and the product was healthy upon arrival.

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