buffalo berry


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buf′falo ber`ry


n.
1. either of two North American shrubs, Shepherdia argentea or S. canadensis, of the oleaster family, having silvery, oblong leaves and edible yellow or red berries.
2. the fruit itself.
[1795–1805]
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Annora Brown, Thorny Buffalo Berry, 1959, watercolour and casein, Glenbow Museum, 59.
Nitrogen-fixing trees--alders, caragana, and buffalo berry for example--can also help keep nitrogen in the soil of garden plots and smaller crop plots if used as a shelterbelt, and if their root systems are allowed to develop under the crop area.
Another New Year, another new superfood - this time it's the Buffalo berry which is rich in cancer-fighting antioxidant lycopene.
Their dam, Cheal Rose, has produced four winners from five runners and is a half-sister to the high-class Buffalo Berry, dam of Grade 1-placed Chattahoochee War from the family of Grade 1 winners Prayer'n Promises and Little Current.
They eat sorghum, wheat and soybeans, hut favor native plants that produce berries or seeds such as buffalo berry, rose hip and chokeberry.
19 -- Retail price, Prairie Berry Winery's Buffalo Berry wine
There she was, sitting partially concealed by some buffalo berry brush, intently watching our every breath.
O'Brien also runs last Monday's Cork winner Buffalo Berry and Finnan, who was third to stable companion Rossini in the Prix Robert Papin last time.
Unbeaten Fasiliev heads the Ballydoyle raiding party on the IRpounds 105,000 prize with the Coventry Stakes winner joined by stablemates Finnan and Buffalo Berry.
She was beaten by Buffalo Berry on her debut at York and then ran the smart Fasliyev to three lengths here three weeks ago.
O'Brien said he will also decide during the week about his runners in the first two-year-old race of the year, the First Flyer EBF Maiden, in which he has entered Buffalo Berry, King Of Connaught and Moon God.
Can't tell what critters might be lurking in here," he said, nodding to the aspens and buffalo berry.