Common Snowberry (Symphoricarpos albus), sometimes known as White Coralberry, is a deciduous, woody shrub that forms colonies from rhizomes. Young shoots are yellowish-brown and the bark on older stems and twigs is greyish-brown and scaly or split lengthwise. Leaves are opposite, elliptic to oval, smooth to slightly lobed, and pale green in color. Its inedible, white berries hang on through the winter after its leaves have fallen. It can be found in many places, including moist forests, open sunny areas, and at low to mid elevations.
Height: Up to 20 feet
Solar Exposure: Part shade to full sun
Bloom Color: Pink or white
Bloom Time: May to late August
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