Snowberry - Red
Red Snowberry, symphoricarpos orbiculatus, has light yellow flushed rose flowers that bloom in late June along branches of blue-green foliage. It then produces clusters of small and persistent purple-red berries that makes a great food for the birds. Red Snowberry is an excellent plant for erosion control and can be planted in shade or sun. It grows 3-5 feet tall and 4-8 feet wide and should be pruned in early spring so current season's growth can produce flowers and fruit. Red Snowberry sends runners along the ground and is smaller and more arching in habit than the White Snowberry, which is more upright. It thrives in average, well drained soil, is shade tolerant, attracts birds, and is deer resistant. The berries are great for cutting and arrangements.
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