Seaberry (Hippophae rhamnoides)
Also called Sea Buckthorn this extremely hardy fruiting bush is popular in much of Northern Asia and Europe. Seaberries are very ornamental with attractive grayish green willow like foliage and densely covered with orange berries in the fall. Incredibly productive, the fruits make a delicious orange like juice when sweetened and is produced commercially in Russia and Germany. Berries are high in vitamin C and other antioxidants. They are tolerant of wind, cold and poor soil and grow 6-10 feet tall. Need one male plant to pollinate up to 8 females. Zones 3-9.