Sea berry shrub may find new home in N.M.

09/14/2009 | Seattle Times, The

New Mexico nurseries are considering stocking the sea berry shrub for its drought-tolerant qualities. The 8-foot-tall shrub is a native of Siberia and is widely grown in Russia, Eastern Europe and China. The sea berry shrub can grow in a variety of soil conditions and bears fruit by the third year.

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