Symphoricarpos albus

Symphorine blanche

The Snowberry is a great addition to many types of landscapes or gardens as an ornamental shrub, as it is easy to care for and very low maintenance. Other names: Wax-berry, (Symphoricarpos racemosus), Ghostberry

Its natural habitat is, Open ground, thickets, rocky slopes and well-drained ridges, limestone ridges and clay..

Caring for Snowberry

Fruit eaten by some birds and mammals only as a last resort and therefore is not a good wildlife plant. Easy to transplant. Prune before new growth in spring.

It is happiest in Tolerant of any soil.

In terms of water, Snowberry needs Low to moderate need for water.