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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Of course I felt compelled to order a glass of buffalo berry wine to go with my supper. What fun we had! After we left the winery, I confessed to my sister that I really wanted to stop at the photo shop I had seen in Hill City; you know the kind I am ... The Roundup [ story ]
Growing food at home
For the experimentalists, try Buffaloberry (Shepherdia argentea), which produces berries rich in carotenoid and phenolic antioxidants. Start small with one or two plants and grow your plants and your confidence. You will be rewarded with healthy, fresh ... North Shore News [ story ]
Larry Miller: Is buffaloberry the next super fruit?
There are only three species of buffaloberry in the world, all of which are native to North America: silver buffaloberry, russet buffaloberry and roundleaf buffaloberry. Other names for buffaloberry include: soapberry, (not to be confused with ... Deming Headlight [ story ]