Symphoricarpos albus var. laevigatus
Snowberry
Caprifoliaceae
Exposure
Partial shade
Water
Occasional water
Form
Deciduous shrub
Height
5 feet
Flower color
White tinged pink
Bloom time
Spring
Snowberry is a thicket-forming shrub with small flowers followed by distinctive white berries. It is best
naturalized in a woodland garden where it provides food and cover for wildlife. Birds eat the berries.
Good under oaks.
Habitat
Woods, north slopes
Warning Berries may be poisonous