Hippophae rhamnoides 'Hergo'
More About Hippophae rhamnoides 'Hergo'
- Inconspicuous, yellowish-white flowers appear before the leaves
- Clusters of tiny, orange berries are prized for their high, vitamin C content
- Silvery-green, narrow leaves on spiny stems
- Upright, rounded, large shrub
- Needs a male pollinator
- One male can pollinate up to five females
- Ripens: August
Hergo Sea Buckthorn Growing and Maintenance Tips
Tolerant of a range of soils and conditions, it is, however, best grown in a dry, sandy soil, in full sun.
Hippophae rhamnoides 'Hergo' Characteristics
Soil MoistureAverage to Dry Soils