Buffaloberry is any of three species in the genus Shepherdia, Shepherdia argentea or Silver Buffaloberry, Shepherdia canadensis or Canada Buffaloberry, and Shepherdia rotundifolia or Round Leaf Buffaloberry. Buffaloberry is known by several other common names, including Bullberry, Chaparral Berry, Rabbitberry, Silverleaf, Soapberry, and Soopolallie. Buffaloberries are fairly easy to recognize, they are dark red round berries with small white spots on them.
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Wyoming outdoors: Suffering cold weather pays off for Bighorn angler
I found a grove of buffaloberry bushes that seemed to cut the wind substantially so I started to unload the lunch gear from the boat. As I was about to lug up a cooler, my angler yelled that he had a fish on. I put the cooler down and grabbed my ... Billings Gazette [ story ]
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The creek below forms small scenic waterfalls and is surrounded by maple and birch trees, Saskatoon and buffalo berry bushes, wild rose, horsetail and molasses. At higher levels, balsam-root can be found along with prickly-pear cactus, Ponderosa pine ... Castanet.net [ story ]
The silver and the grey
Two other large shrubs with grey foliage are sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) and buffaloberry (Sheperdia argentea), another Prairie native. Neither is recommended for smaller urban landscapes because of their size, thorny nature, and tendency to ... The Battlefords News-Optimist [ story ]