“Cherry Silverberry is an evergreen tree native to East Asia.
It can grow to 26 feet in height. The fruit is juicy and edible and the skin is thin and fragile thus making it difficult to transport and thereby reducing its viability.
The Chinese have considered it to be among a group of “”nutraceuticals”” – foods that are edible and have medicinal values. It is also planted for ornamental purposes in Europe and North America.”