Symphoricarpos albus

Adaptable shrub with attractive foliage and clusters of showy white berry-like fruits that persist through winter. Important late season wildlife forage. Its smooth, oppositely-arranged, round leaves are often used in flower bouquets. Its pink-white bell shaped flowers grow in dense terminal clusters.

$2.25/Bare root

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Plant Details

Habitat NotesBottomland Forest; Riparian Forest
Years Planted at Arboretums2011, 2010
Mature Height1-6’
Shade Preference
Soil Tolerance Dry to moist soils
Special Uses Attracts insects, bees and butterflies; Attracts birds, Wildlife forage, cover and food; Ornamental; Deer resistant
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