Yes. We have a much milder summer that either of you will. I don't have acreage. I have a suburban lot, and it kept growing and taking over, so I had to remove it. I like it as a plant. If I had acreage, I would totally grow it here.
I get the summer Monsoon which helps a lot.
I stuck a couple in the ground 8 weeks ago & they looked pretty good when I last checked on them 2 weeks ago. I have them planted in an area with Buffalo Berry, Hanson's Cherry, & Goumi Berries.
I wish the Seaberry plants were a little less expensive, but that's the way it goes.
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