14 May 2011

Seaberry is probably one of the plant world’s most nutritious foods. Seaberry contains one of the highest contents of vitamin C and E, compared to other plants. It also contains many healthful fatty acids, carotenoids, and phenolics.

Beauty industry in recent years increasingly vigorous introduce various best natural materials, ranging from acai to goji berries, which contain antioxidants to beautify the skin. Now, there is one more that can be added to the list, namely seaberry.

Plants called Hippophae L in Latin, is a type of berry plants that colored yellowish to reddish. Currently, fruit extracts have been incorporated into a variety of beauty products.The fruit is commonly used in juices, preserves, candy and liqueurs. The juice is delicious when sweetened.





Seaberry Content


Seaberry known to be rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, C, E, and contain vitamin C as much as 10 times more than oranges, and 7 times more than lemons. All the content is a powerful anti-aging ingredient.


Seaberry rich in omega-3, 6, and 9, including omega-7 are very rare, which supports the production of collagen and membantuk keep the skin moist and youthful look.

Seaberry Horticulture

Hippophae rhamnoides New to North American gardeners, Sea Berry is prized throughout Europe and Asia for its nutritious fruit, medicinal value, attractive habit and tolerance to even the most inhospitable growing situations.

The plant is very tough and hardy, adaptable to all but extremely heavy, wet soil. True to its name, the Sea Berry even tolerates salt spray in coastal areas. It fixes nitrogen into the soil through its large root system and suffers no disease or pest problems. Blooms appear in April and female plants produce fruit that ripens in September to a reddish orange. The plant is deciduous, but the berries will remain on the branches throughout the cold months making it an attractive winter specimen. Little or no pruning is necessary unless for shaping. Fruit is produced on 2-year old wood. Both a male and female plant are necessary for pollination and should be located within 20 feet of each other since the flowers are wind pollinated. For zones 3-9. Each order will contain one Leikora and one Male plant.

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