Symphoricarpos orbiculatus ‘Coralberry’
Mature Height: 2-5 feet
Mature Width: 4-8 feet
USDA Hardiness Zone Range: 2 to 7
Water Requirements: Moderate Water
Shade Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Coralberry is noted for its showy berries, it is a deciduous shrub with gracefully arching stems clothed with dark green, ovate leaves. The dense foliage remains attractive from spring to frost. In spring to midsummer a profusion of small, inconspicuous bell-shaped, white or pinkish flowers are borne along the stems. They are then followed by abundant and attractive clusters of round, coral pink to purple berries which mature in the fall. The berries attract many varieties of birds. The shrub thrives on neglect and is an excellent choice for a woodland garden or as a tall ground cover.