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I'm focusing on starting small edible shrubs and bushes from seed this winter and was wondering if anyone has a good seed source for seaberry?
I'm hoping to get seeds from a source that has a wide genetic pool of named varieties and seedlings to draw from.
 
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I hope this is what you mean by sea berry
http://treetime.ca/productsList.php?pcid=173&tagid=51&linkid=button

They are out of stock now but looks like they will have some in January.
 
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Here is another place to get some seeds:
http://www.bountifulgardens.org/Sea-Buckthorn/productinfo/TSB-7764/
 
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I just got some random unnamed seeds from Amazon, just search seabuckthorn they'll come up. I believe the supplier is www.myseeds.co, got some antonovka apple seeds from them also.
 
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Mike Haych wrote:http://seaberry-hippophaerhamnoides.blogspot.ca/p/sea-buckthorn-seeds-for-sale.html



I went with these guys. Thanks!
 
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Russell Olson wrote:

Mike Haych wrote:http://seaberry-hippophaerhamnoides.blogspot.ca/p/sea-buckthorn-seeds-for-sale.html



I went with these guys. Thanks!



Yeh, I liked them because they were growing what they sell and they've got first hand experience that they are willing to share.
 
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I bought seaberry seedlings from the folks at Burnt Ridge. They sell a bundle of 10 seedlings for 35$. That's the route I took and my plants are already bearing fruit while still in pots.
http://www.burntridgenursery.com/Seaberry/products/43/
 
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https://www.jiovi.com  has them.  It's the newer website which was the http://seaberry-hippophaerhamnoides.blogspot.com.  They just got pre-hulled jujube seeds in. Most of their stuff is pre-stratified.  
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