SYMPHORICARPOS albus

Snowberry –

0283 Snowberry’ is a bushy, rounded, deciduous shrub that typically grows to 3-6′ tall and as wide. It is native to dry rocky wooded slopes, banks and forests from Nova Scotia to British Columbia south to Oregon, New Mexico, Illinois and Virginia. Oblong-elliptic to rounded, dull green leaves (to 2″ long) produce little fall color. Tiny, bell-shaped, pink flowers (to 3/16″ long) bloom in clusters in the leaf axils in summer. Flowers are followed by clusters of globose berries (each to 1/2” diameter) that initially are pale green, but ripen to pure white by late summer to early autumn. Fruits remain attractive on the naked winter stems in large part because most birds do not find them appetizing.

Winchester Gardens generally stocks this item. 

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Snowberry

Shrub
3-7
Summer
Pink
Green

Yes

Yes
Yes


3-6′
3-6′

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