Symphoricarpos albus, commonly called snowberry, is a bushy, rounded shrub growing to 3-6' tall and wide. Native to dry rocky wooded slopes, banks and forests, snowberry produces bell-shaped, pink flowers that appear in clusters in June-July, followed by clusters of berries that are initially pale green, ripening to pure white by late summer/early autumn. Fruits persist through most of winter. Prefers full to part sun and makes a great hedge. Tolerates deer, drought, clay and dry soils

Snowberry, Symphoricarpos albus



    1655 N County Road 605, Sunbury, OH 43074

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