Elaeagnus commutata, the silverberry or wolf-willow, is a species of Elaeagnus native to western and boreal North America. The species is cultivated as an ornamental plant for its silvery foliage.
Elaeagnus commutata plants are shrubs or small trees growing to 1–4 m tall. The leaves are broad lanceolate, 2–7 cm long, silvery on both sides with dense small white scales. The fragrant flowers are yellow, with a four-lobed corolla 6–14 mm long. The fruits are ovoid drupes 9–12 mm long, also covered in silvery scales. The fruit pulp is floury in texture, and surrounds the single seed. Both the fruit and seeds of this plant are edible either cooked or raw.