Symphoricarpos albus ‘Common Snowberry’

Mature Height: 2-5 feet
Mature Width: 4-6 feet
USDA Hardiness Zone Range:  3 to 7
Water Requirements:  Moderate Water
Shade Requirements:  Full Sun, Partial Shade

The Snowberry is noted for its very ornamental, pure white, waxy berries. It is a thicket forming, deciduous shrub with upright to arching branches. The shrub is amazingly adaptable and undemanding. In early summer, a profusion of small, bell shaped white to pink flowers are borne in clusters in the leaf axils. They are a great interest to butterflies, hummingbirds and pollinators. The flowers are followed by abundant and attractive clusters of brilliant snow-white berries that persist well into winter. Birds and small mammals enjoy the small berries in winter months.