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Snowberry

Symphoricarpos albus

White Coralberry, or Snowberry, is an introduced, deciduous shrub. In autumn, it produces small white, globe-shaped berries, which last well into winter.

Valuable wildlife plant
Small growing
Full sun or deep shade

More About Symphoricarpos albus:

White Coralberry was first introduced in 1817 for horticultural purposes and also planted for game cover. The berries are not very attractive to birds, so the plant does not spread rapidly. The leaves are food for the caterpillars of Death's-head Hawk-moths.

Gardening Suggestions for Snowberry:

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Easily grown in average, medium wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates wide range of soils. Remove root suckers and runners to control any unwanted invasive spread of the plant.

Key Characteristics:

Midwest Native
Moist, Well-Drained
Height:
3-9 Feet
Spread:
4-5 Feet
Hardiness Zone:
2-7

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Characteristics & Attributes for Symphoricarpos albus ''

Attracts Wildlife

Upland Birds and Game

Soil Moisture Preference

Moist, Well-Drained

Exposure

Partial Shade

Habit

Deciduous

Attributes

Naturalizing
Wetlands and Streambank Stabilization
Mass Planting
Midwest Native