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Seaberry Plant Collection

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Save money and guarantee proper pollination when you buy a seaberry collection.

Proper pollinators are conveniently included for you, so you won’t miss out on fruit from these seaberry plants. Plus, you’ll receive a discounted price when purchasing collections compared to purchasing the plants individually.

Each collection contains two different varieties of seaberry plants for pollination and fruit production — 1 Leikora Seaberry and 1 Seaberry Pollinator.

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Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

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I purchased 2 female and 1 male plant. a rabbit chewed 1 female plant down to the ground. it is however growing back from the root. the other 2 are growing very very well. They haven't had and blossoms yet. hope to have blossoms next year.
May 19, 2016
1 year ago
The seaberries are looking really good. I'm hopefull for fruit this year, and so far, the deer have left them alone.
May 16, 2016
over 2 years ago
Waiting for the fruit to appear in the coming years
The male and female Seaberry plants arrived in good shape. During the first year, both seemed to be adjusting to the soil conditions. The plant description indicated that the Seaberry plants liked/required a really sunny location. I selected a spot which received full sun throughout the day. Both survived the winter in Southern Illinois (near St. Louis) and are growing rapidly this spring. I was somewhat surprised however, as both male and female seem to be spreading underground as multiple new Seaberry plants are springing up around the original two. Is this normal ? Will it continue indefinitely ?
May 10, 2016
1 year ago