*These particular plants (fall 2021) are in 5gal pots.
A cousin of the better known coralberry, with clusters of white berries and small pink flowers! Berries often last into the winter, so are valued for winter interest and bird forage. Often planted as a quick growing hedge or erosion control. Tolerates bright but not deep full shade. Plants are hardy and self pollinating.
Light: Full Sun, Part Sun/Shade, Shade
Soil Moisture: Wet Mesic, Mesic, Dry Mesic, Dry
Soil Type: Adaptable
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Jun-Jul
Fruit: Clusters of white berries mature in fall.
Fall Color: -
Root Type: Branching
Notable Wildlife Interactions: Flowers attract hummingbirds, bees, wasps, flies, and moths. Hosts a few moths including the snowberry and hummingbird clearwings, and some smaller insects. Berries are eaten by birds including bobwhite, thrushes, and cedar waxwings. Occasionally browsed by deer.
Notes: Roots sucker and branches root where they touch the ground. As the grower notes, "would grow on the moon".