Mary (Female) – Sea Buckthorn – (Hippophae rhamnoides)

5,09 $



Sea Buckthorn Mary


The Mary cultivar is native to Latvia and produces medium-sized dark orange fruits.

Mary berries are picked over a long harvest period from mid-August to mid-September.

The shrub produces good sustained yields and has few thorns. The weight per 100 fruits is 46.9 gr. It is resistant to diseases.




Sea Buckthorn is a beautiful dioecious shrub bearing orange colored fruit on branches with or without thorns.

Male plants bloom slightly earlier than females by 6-10 days and 12-15 weeks are required until full fruit maturity. One male plant is needed to pollinate 5-7 females. Female shrubs usually bear fruit after three years and yield at their peak after seven to eight years.

The small fruit can contain up to 30 times more vitamin C than an orange. Thanks to this exceptional vitamin C content, sea buckthorn has a strong antioxidant power and helps boost the immune system and fight against oxidative stress responsible for premature aging of cells.

The berries also provide effective benefits for the skin thanks to its high content of fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6)

The shrub has the particularity of amending the relatively poor soils. It is recommended to fight against soil erosion or as a windbreak.

Product description


1 gallon, 3½"

Month available

August, Dormancy Jan-April, Futur, June, May

Product description

Compatible variety : Lord (Male) – Sea Buckthorn – (Hippophae rhamnoides), Pollmix (Male) – Sea Buckthorn – (Hippophae rhamnoides)

Rendement : Special size, requires training

Harvest size : 100 fruits = 46.9 gr.

Hauteur :

Largeur :

Bush type : Few thorns

Description of the fruit : Dark orange

Fruit Flavor :

Fruit Weight : Medium size

Fruit Length :

Flowering period :

Harvest time : Mid-August to mid-September

Use of the fruit : Transformation

Hardiness zones : 3a