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Kiwi Nurseries - Acheson, AB

31313 118 Ave
Acheson, AB T7X 6M6

Phone 780-962-9297

Direct Link to Sea Buckthorn Plants: -Edmonton, AB

Tree Time Services Inc.
204-9366 49 St. NW
Edmonton AB T6B 2L7

Phone: 1-866-873-3846

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Richters Herbs - Goodwood, ON (Northeast of Toronto)

Richters Herbs
357 Hwy 47
Goodwood, ON  L0C 1A0

We are located about an hour northeast of Toronto. Preferred routes are north on Highway 404 or north on Brock Road from Pickering. We are a minute east of Goodwood, at #357 Highway 47.

Phone: 800-668-4372 or 905-640-6677

Type “sea buckthorn” into their search catalogue field to view the varieties they have available for sale.

Jeffries Nurseries Ltd - Portage la Prairie, MB

29053 Highway 1 East
Portage la Prairie, MB
R1N 3B7

Phone:  204-857-5288

Grobe's Nursery and Garden Centre - Breslau, ON

1787 Greenhouse Road
R.R. #2, Breslau, ON  N0B 1M0
Look for the Orange Buildings Just Off Kitchener-Guelph Highway #7

Phone: 519-648-2247

Click here to visit their website.

Connon Nurseries - Waterdown and Trenton, ON locations

Waterdown Location

656 Robson Rd,
Waterdown, ON

Phone: 905-689-7433

Trenton Location

956A Old Highway #2,
RR#2 Trenton ON K8V 5P5

Phone: 613-392-0402

Click here to see their sea buckthorn trees.

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Montgomeryshire Orchard - Leaksdale, ON (North of Uxbridge)

12049 Durham Road
Leaksdale, ON  L0C 1C0

Located in the hamlet of Leaskdale just north of Uxbridge.

Phone 416-346-6349

Harvest and Pick Your Own – August – September – call for details

Thursday to Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Fruit, berry and vegetable growers – organic and chemical free.  Sea Buckthorn is one of their main crops supplying berries, juice and young trees.

Check out their Facebook page!

Saskatoon Farm - Foothills, AB

80181 338 Ave E #20
Foothills No. 31, AB T1S 4S3

A short drive from Okotoks, Calgary and surrounding areas

Farm: Open Daily 9am to 5pm
Restaurant: Open Daily 9am to 4pm
Open every day including holidays unless otherwise stated

(Around Christmas we take a little break. Usually from December 24th until mid January)

Phone 403-938-6245

Emjay's - Lamont, AB

Lamont, AB

Phone 780- 365-2426

Check out their Facebook page for regular fruit updates!

Locally grown fruit trees and berries.  Pick your own.  They grow many varieties of prairie berries which include the new prolific “haskap”, saskatoons, black and white cherries, Romance series tart cherries, Nanking cherries, cranberries, plums, apples, crabapples, raspberries, strawberries, sea buckthorns, and buffaloberry. Preserves, jams, and baking (pies) are also available to purchase.

The Berry Farm - Sherwood Park, AB

52002 Range Road 232
Sherwood Park, AB

Phone (780) 918-3221


The Berry Farm is a small family farm, non-certified organic, and produces a range of fruits, berries, and fruit-based products.

They have sea buckthorn, apples, plums, cherries (Evans, Juliette, chokecherries, and pin-cherries), currants (white, red, and black), saskatoons, honeyberries (haskap), and raspberries (purple/black, yellow, and red).

They  also have limited amounts of various jams.  Dehydrated and frozen fruits and berries, are available for sale upon request


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Romanian Sea Buckthorn Fruit Preserving

Sea Buckthorn Macerated in Honey


  1. clean the fruit
  2. press with a wooden fork or spatula until it turns into a chunky paste
  3. fill a 400 gr jar 1/3rd of the way with the paste
  4. pour honey of your choice (I like acacia)
  5. mix it well, put on the lid and keep it refrigerated
    • take one teaspoon daily on an empty stomach

Sea Buckthorn Syrup


  1. juice 1 kg of fruit
    • the recipe recommends putting the fruit in gauze and crushing it with a pestle and mortar… yes, it’s labour intensive!
  2. you should obtain about 0.5 L of juice
  3. mix the juice with 0.5 kg of honey in a jar, cover, and place in the fridge for 5 to 7 days
  4. shake the jar or mix the syrup with a wooden spoon about twice a day
    • after the 5-7 days, take one spoon daily on an empty stomach or 2 spoons in a glass of water
    • shake jar before consuming


Do not use metal while processing Sea Buckthorn as it may cause the fruit to oxidise and ferment.
Use honey from a trusted source.

Brownies and Raspberry-Sea Buckthorn Mousse


400 g Chocolate buttons 64%
160 ml Coconut oil
350 g Sugar
4 Eggs
90 g Amaranth starch
2 ml Salt

750 g Raspberry (thawed if frozen)
375 g Sea buckthorn (thawed if frozen)
3 Avocado
175 ml Lemon juice
325 g Melted coconut oil
250 g Clover honey
6 ml Xanthane



  • Melt the chocolate and coconut oil in a bain-marie (double boiler).
  • Whisk the sugar and the eggs. Add chocolate and coconut oil gradually while whisking. Add the amaranth starch and salt.
  • Pour in two “demi gastronome pans” (You could use a cookie sheet, or cake pan.  From a Google search that a 12×10” or 9×13” pan would be suitable) at  350°C for 15 to 20 minutes. (You want the batter to spread to about ½” thickness.)


  • Reduce raspberries and sea buckthorn berries into purée.
  • Strain purée (there should be 900g left).
  • Make avocado purée with lemon juice, honey and xanthan.
  • Mix with the purée of raspberry and sea buckthorn.
  • Stir in the coconut oil.

The mousse was served in a very small glass, similar to a shot glass.  It looked like a very small serving, along with the very small brownie, but in fact it was very filling and delicious.

This recipe was submitted by Mary W.

“The mousse is served at the Eastman Spa, in Eastman, Quebec.  It’s delicious, as is the brownie that is served with it.  The recipe was shared with me by the chef, so the cooking instructions are somewhat vague.  Enjoy!”

Sea Buckthorn Smoothie

Check out Andrew making one of his famous sea buckthorn smoothies!  He varies the ingredients depending upon what he has on hand or what’s in season.

Today’s smoothie ingredients are:  sea buckthorn berries, cantaloupe, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, orange juice and yogurt.

Click here to see Andrew making a sea buckthorn smoothie!

Science has revealed sea buckthorn’s incredible nutritional profile and it is full of the following nutrients and vitamins:

  • essential fatty acids – omega 3, 6, 9 and the rare omega 7
  • vitamin C – one berry (the size of a blueberry) has as much vitamin C as one orange
  • vitamin E – the second highest natural source in the plant world
  • beta carotene
  • antioxidants – 18 amino acids, corticoids, tocopherols, flavenoids
  • over 190 phytonutrients

A sea buckthorn smoothie is a healthy way to start your day.  Since many store bought smoothies often have added sugars you are better off making your own.  There are countless combinations of fruit, vegetables and other nutritious ingredients that you can use to make your own healthy smoothie!

Feel free to comment and let us know what you put in your smoothie!

Pumpkin Tart with Sea Buckthorn

Sea Buckthorn Curd, Meringue, Yoghurt Sorbet and Wholemeal Shortbread

Sea Buckthorn Berry Jelly

Turbot and Sea Buckthorn Sauce



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University of Guelph

The Honey Bee Research Centre at the University of Guelph conducts apiculture research primarily focused on honey bee health. They also provide apiculture courses, beekeeping courses and many other educational experiences.

Visit their website to find out more!

In 2017 Bee by the Sea launched our “Save the Bees Campaign” to support the University of Guelph’s Honey Bee Research Centre. As advocates and supporters of this amazing program, our goal is to raise awareness and rally support for the declining bee populations.

Bee City Canada


Bee City Canada’s mission is to inspire cities, towns, First Nations, schools, businesses and other organizations to take action to protect pollinators.

Click this link to check out their website for programs and find out how you, your school, your city or your business can get involved!

Bees Matter

Bees Matter is an initiative to restate agriculture’s commitment to honey bees and bring knowledge to the Canadian public about how they can get involved and help honey bees thrive.

Their website has a Honey Bee Learning Centre to learn more about honey bees in addition to videos, infographics, articles, toolkits and more!

You can order a free seed kit directly from their website while quantities last!

Honey Bee Health Coalition

Their mission is to collaboratively implement solutions that will help to achieve a healthy population of honey bees while also supporting healthy populations of native and managed pollinators in the context of productive agricultural systems and thriving ecosystems.

Check out their website to see how they help bees and ways you can help!

Pollinator Partnership

Their mission is to promote the health of pollinators, critical to food and ecosystems, through conservation, education, and research. Signature initiatives include the NAPPC (North American Pollinator Protection Campaign), National Pollinator Week, and the Ecoregional Planting Guides.

Check out their website for more information!


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Ontario Bee Keepers' Association

The Ontario Bee Keepers Association has an extensive member directory of where to buy honey and hive products in Ontario.

Click this link to go to the directory now!