Summer Flowers & White Fall BerriesWhite Snowberry, symphoricarpos ‘white hedge’, has dainty pink flowers that appear in July. It is accented with blue-green foliage, and then produces large white berries in autumn. Snowberry is unique because few shrubs produce white berries! Hummingbirds love the flowers, and in the fall the white berries are an excellent food for birds. The berries hang on all season so they offer winter and spring landscape interest.Snowberry is good for holding soil on steep bank and prefers light sun and moist conditions. This plant works best when planted in masses or mixed with several other plants of similar height.White Snowberry is a dense, twiggy shrub that grows 5-6 feet tall and 3-6 feet wide, and it spreads by suckers underground. This plant prefers sun to medium shade, tolerates any soil, and is easy to transplant. It should be pruned before new growth begins.It is a delicate looking plant with a quietly enchanting quality. The egg white berries seem to float lightly in the air, all about the plant. This and their small, scattered leaf pattern, give the plant a low but airy quality!* White berries* Delicate looking* Dense shrub.
Dwarf Snowberry Bush with Year Round AppealThe Candy Sensation Snowberry (Symphoricarpos ‘Candy Sensation’), is a dwarf variety of Snowberry with ornamental appeal for any setting. It would be especially great for borders or a wildlife garden.A lot of beauty is packed into this dwarf variety of the classic Snowberry bush. Enjoy the vibrant green foliage on gracefully arching branches that explodes in elegant pink flowers throughout the summer months. Butterflies and bees will appreciate the prolific and long-lasting flowers. As autumn approaches your lovely blooms will merge into plump, pink berries to the delight of your song birds. Winter brings a drop of the foliage, but the berries will remain to add decorative interest to your yard through the inclement winter.Your Candy Sensation is large enough to make an impression, but small enough to allow a place for it in gardens with limited space. The leaves are a petite silvery-green, attractive even without the added brilliance of the blossoms and berries. The berries aren’t edible by humans, but your wildlife will enjoy the added sustenance they provide. This Snowberry is a beautiful bush with a lot to offer any landscape.*Multi Season Color*Wildlife interest*Long Blooming.
Dwarf Snowberry with Year-Round InterestSweet Sensation (Symphoricarpos) is dwarf Snowberry bush that provides year-round interest. Plant one as a focal point in your yard or several to create an eye catching attraction year-round. A dwarf variety of an old favorite, this smaller version of the traditional Snowberry is a must have for any yard. Resplendent in pink summer flowers and fall berries, your Sweet Sensation features a deeper pink shade than some other varieties.The diminutive, silver-green foliage sets off the gracefully arching branches to perfection, and the dramatic pink blossoms are a spicy addition to the vibrant shades of summer.Even when the flowers drop, the decorative pink berries will remain to liven up the dull shades of fall and winter.Your Sweet Sensation will reach a height of 3-4 feet and spread an equal distance. It’s large enough to stand out without being too big for most garden spaces. The berries aren’t edible by humans, but your wildlife will love them, and the summer blooms will be a draw for butterflies and other pollinators. All in all, your Sweet Sensation is a must have for any landscape where dramatic, long-lasting color is desired.*Lovely Pink flowers*Pink Berries*Wildlife interest.
Pink Berries Offer Dramatic Contrast to Deep Green FoliageThe Snowberry ‘Magic Berry’, Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii ‘Magic Berry’, is a compact, spreading hybrid that has pink blooms in spring. In summer it has an abundance of rose-pink fruit showing color already in July.These masses of pinkish-purple berries line each branch in autumn. This striking crop of ‘Magic Berry’ fruits mature to deep claret in autumn, and may be retained well into winter. The berries are not considered edible.This compact, dense, thicket-forming deciduous shrub has ovate, dark-green leaves that turn dull yellow in autumn. The short racemes of pale pink flowers appear in summer. It matures to 4′- 6′ high with an equal spread. It grows well in full sun to partial shade.Its berries are dramatic against very dark green foliage and even more remarkable in snow!Use as a specimen, in groups, and on banks for erosion control. This plant is often planted over large areas of slopes or banks as a hardy ground cover. ‘Magic Berry’ is also mildew resistant.* Pink Flowers in Spring* Pink Berries Turn to Deep Red* Attracts Wildlife* Four season interest .