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 Symphoricarpos albus

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Symphoricarpos albus

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Plant ID: SYAL030
Type: Deciduous
Height Mature: 3-6 feet
Bloom Time: Spring
Plant Hardiness: Zone 4
Plant Uses: Basket-Making, Birds and Wildlife, Deer Resistant, Erosion Control, Hedges, Likes Shade, Western Native
Grown for its large snow-white fruits which persist through the winter making it a singularly beautiful 3-6' shrub. Native to the western and central U.S., this thicket forming shrub is has pretty soft-pink spring blooms and is tough, adaptable and very attractive to song birds. This exquisite shrub was one of the many collected by the Lewis and Clark expedition. The seed were given to Thomas Jefferson who sent it to the nurseryman Bernard McMahon who called it snowberry for its pure-white berries. Jefferson's Monticello was one of the first gardens this plant was grown in before becoming a popular novelty plant in England. It has historically been used by some Native American tribes medicinally. S-PSh/M-D

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Well established roots Review by mary
Great stock, the roots were well developed, hydrated and healthy. (Posted on 11/24/2018)

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