|Size||30-36″ tall by 30-36″ wide|
|USDA hardiness Zones||3-8|
|Sun / Shade||full sun|
|Soil||average garden soil|
|Moisture||moist, but well drained|
|Disease and Pests||none known|
|Landscape use||foundations, cutting gardens, wildlife gardens, borders, foundations, small urban gardens, containers|
|Market appeal / Uniqueness||Plump, rose-pink berries ripen in early fall, as the last of summers’ small pink flowers swell into pearls. As the leaves fall, each arching stem is adorned with the decorative berries which remain on slender branches through the winter.|
|Propagation Methods||vegetative cuttings|
Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:
For gardeners who are on the lookout for shrubs that provide winter interest after most flowers and leaves are gone, Snow Berries rate high on the list. The perfect plant for the winter garden these compact forms are suitable for a more prominent place in the front border. Snow Berries are especially beautiful with a light dusting of snow.
This plant is being offered through the First Editions Plant Program.