Russet Buffaloberry


Shepherdia canadensis

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Deciduous shrub with silvery foliage, growing 3′-6′ high and wide. Inconspicuous flowers are followed by small red or yellow berries that are soapy to the touch (hence a common name, soapberry). Nitrogen fixing and drought tolerant, suitable for poor soils. Native to much of the northern hemisphere, found in both eastern Washington, and in the San Juan islands.

Hardy to Zone 2

Weight 1.0000 lbs

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