Common Snowberry (Symphoricarpos Albus) is a perennial shrub in the Honeysuckle Family (Caprifoliaceae). It’s native to North America. Blooms Jun-Jul and grows 3-6 ft. Commonly found in Forests, Savannas, Meadows, Prairies and edges of Wetlands and Swamps. Likes moist to dry soils but can withstand seasonal flooding water. It is a very competitive plant that can tolerate full shade to full sun exposure.
Snow-like white berries in winter and fall make this shrub an attractive Ornamental and good food source for wildlife