Snowberry is a multistemmed shrub, 1¼–5' tall, similarly across, and irregularly branched. On older shrubs, the bark of lower branches are gray and shredded. otherwise they are brown and shredded. Young woody branches are brown and smooth, while twigs are reddish brown and smooth. Floral visitors include the Ruby-throated Hummingbird, honeybees, bumblebees, (and many others). Its white fruit is eaten by many birds, including American Robin, Cedar Waxwing, Hermit Thrush, Swainson's Thrush, Evening Grosbeak, and Pine Grosbeak.
Soil Type: rocky / clay or loamy soil
Soil Conditions: Mesic -Dry
Flower Color: Pink /White
Light: Full-part sun
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