By Liz Baessler
Seaberry is a fruiting tree native to Eurasia that produces bright orange fruit that tastes something like an orange. But how does it fare in containers? Learn more about container grown seaberry plants and potted seaberry care in this article.
By Amy Grant
Unfortunately, the thorns make buckthorn harvesting difficult. Still, buckthorn harvesting is well worth the effort. Click this article to find out about harvesting sea buckthorn berries, when seaberries are ripe, and uses for seaberries.
By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist
Also called Seaberry plants, Buckthorn has many species, but they all bear common characteristics. For more Sea Buckthorn information, this article will help. Then you can decide if this plant is right for you.
Grows well in adverse conditions
An ideal plant to grow as hedging or screening
Plant Size Height Up to 800cm (315in)
Spread Up to 800cm (315in)
Hardiness & Longevity Hardy Shrub
Ideal For hedges low maintenance garden woodland garden
Position In Full sun
By Seabuck Staff , published Feb 13, 2019
Whether you’re in your 20’s or post-menopausal, this V-Day, take some time to think about optimal V-health.
One natural way to maximize vaginal health is with sea buckthorn. Sea buckthorn is a plant grown in the Himalayas that produces amazing berries jam-packed with antioxidants and omega fatty acids—including the rare Omega 7.
Many people suffer from dry or irritated mucous membranes. Oral supplementation of sea buckthorn berry oil can help with a number of chronic dryness related issues including vaginal dryness.
A recent study published on science-truth.com points out some interesting findings about how sea buckthorn can help support vaginal health.
Sea buckthorn berry and berry products, for instance juice and oils, have been shown to have a wide range of beneficial effects, of which promoting regeneration of skin and mucous membranes, improving immune functions, reducing oxidation, and strengthening cardiovascular health are highlighted. 
The study had some very positive results in the health of urogenital track mucous membranes, including the following conclusions:
Another study published on ScienceDirect.com focused on post-menopausal women and resulted in some very positive findings.
SB oil showed beneficial effects on vaginal health, indicating it is a potential alternative for mucosal integrity for those women not able to use estrogen treatment for vaginal atrophy.The improving effect on the integrity of the vaginal epithelium was most likely due to combined effect of the bioactive compounds in sea buckthorn oil, via mechanisms other than the activation of estrogen receptors. Due to the increasing number of women in postmenopausal state, and the risks associated with the standard treatment of vaginal atrophy with estrogen, there is a need for alternative means for maintaining healthy vaginal mucosa . 
As more and more women seek out natural products to support an array of health and beauty challenges, the sea buckthorn berry continues to grow in popularity. As a matter of fact, Dr.Oz nicknamed this super fruit the “miracle berry” due to its long list of benefits including:
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Call on buckthorn to screen the view into a neighboring yard. This deciduous shrub makes an excellent hedge plant and can easily be maintained at a specific size with an annual pruning. You can also use it as a leafy living wall to enclose a patio. Or try planting a row of buckthorn along a lackluster garage wall to transform the sterile area into a backyard habitat.
Buckthorn produces berries in summer, making it a stopping place for birds. Pair buckthorn with other berry-producing shrubs to create a bountiful backyard buffet. Try the following easy-to-grow bird-friendly shrubs as companion plants: dwarf cranberry bush viburnum, beautybush (a member of the honeysuckle family), and Oregon grape holly.