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My front garden is scoured by west wind and salt air.  So far, the only plants to survive are Groundsel, Bearberry and Beach Goldenrod.  Sea Buckthorn seems like a good choice that would also produce fruit.  I am having no luck in discovering the difference between that plant and Sea Berry.  I thought someone on this forum might have some information?
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Hi Sandy, I think the reason you're having trouble finding a difference is because there isn't one.  Same plant, several names :)
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