Symphoricarpus albus ‘Snowberry’
“In autumn it bears the snowberries, of a cold glistening white, and these are certainly beautiful, both on the bush and on cut branches put in water.” Frank Kingdon-Ward
“... as free and generous with its berries that the shoots are weighed down with them.” E.A. Bowles
A member of the honeysuckle family the snowberry is a good food source for bees, butterflies and birds. Whilst the flowers are small and hidden they are still attractive to insects. Snowberry plants will grow up to150 cm tall by as much across. Whilst they can take dry periods they will do much better if given an extra soak or two during dry times. Happy growing in sun or light shade.