common snowberry (Symphoricarpos albus)

Small clusters of white berries on pinkish stems with green leaves

common snowberry

 

Common name: common snowberry
Botanical name: Symphoricarpos albus

Light: Part sun
Height: 18 – 54 inches
Water: moderate to low (happy in dry shade but produces more berries with some water)
Soil type: well-drained, orgaic matter to dry loamy soil

Deciduous shrub with pinkish inconspicuous bell-shaped
flowers in spring and snow-white pulpy berries in fall (inedible) that persist into winter; tends to spread quickly via rhizomes

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