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Silver Berry Fruit Plants (Elaeagnus Commutata)

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Plant Type

Silver Berry or Wolf-Willow (Elaeagnus Commutata)

Botanical Name: Elaeagnus Commutata

Common Name: Silver Berry or Wolf-Willow

General Information:

Fruits: Small fruits resembling elongated olives, growing throughout tropical regions of Southeastern Asia and parts of Africa.

Appearance: Smooth, burnt orange-colored skin with small white lenticels (pores).

Fruit Structure: Juicy inner flesh surrounds a center seed. Flavor: Tart or acidic flavor.

Usage: Often eaten fresh with sugar or used to make a sweet beverage.

Medicinal Uses: In China, the cherry silverberry, known as goumi, has been used as a medicinal plant and a natural remedy for various conditions, including cough, diarrhea, itch, foul sores, and even cancer.

Cultivation Information:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2-2.5 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Planting and Care

Silverberry bushes need full sun to light shade, and well-drained, moist to rather dry soil. This fast-growing, drought-tolerant shrub is an ideal choice for dry banks, commercial, high-traffic areas, or as a hedge.

Special Feature

Silver berries have natural compounds and antioxidants, which can be helpful to cure blood pressure levels naturally. It can manage diabetes and the beneficial effects of berries can control the sugar in your blood.


Silverberries are most often eaten fresh, with sugar or used to make a sweet beverage. Silverberries can be used to make juice and syrups which can be added as a flavor for sodas. Silverberries can also be canned and preserved as jellies or jams.