Silvery loch is a woody or shrubby plant, a species of the genus Loch (Elaeagnus) of the Loch family (Elaeagnaceae). The silver loch plant is not a very large deciduous shrub. In rare cases, its height reaches five meters, on average, this value is 2-3 meters. Silver loch has a dense spherical or pyramidal crown. Very rarely, an adult plant can take a woody form. The root system is powerful, highly branched. Its width may exceed the width of the aboveground part of the plant.