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Coralberry Symporicarpos

        
The Coralberry or Snowberry shrub, botanically known as Symphoricarpos,  is a deciduous plant.  This low growing ornamental shrub produces attractive clusters of coral-pink to purple berries which remain on the plant through the winter. Besides having significant winter interest, it is an important wildlife plant. Songbirds, ground birds, small mammals, and browsers use this plant for food, cover, and nesting.

Coralberries tolerate poor soil and alkaline soils. They are heat and shade tolerant. Coralberries are mound shaped shrubs that are great in woodland gardens or as a shrub border. Coralberry is an excellent plant for a shady area. It has a natural look that works well in an informal garden. Avoid planting coralberry in full sun or harsh afternoon sun areas. For a neat winter decoration, use the berry-laden winter stems for indoor floral arrangements

Mature Height
2-3 feet
Mature Spread
6 feet
Soil Type
Widely Adaptable
Moisture
Widely adaptable
Growth Rate
 Moderate
Sun Exposure
Part Sun to part shade
Bloomtime
Spring
Foliage Color
 insignificant
Zones
4-7
      
  • Drought Tolerant
  • White summer flowers
  • ​Attractive feathery seed heads
  • ​​Max Elevation 8,500ft
FULL TO PART SUN
LOW WATER
DROUGHT TOLERANT

Height: 2-3ft 

Spread: 5-6ft