Soil: Xeric(Dry) Sun: Full to Part Height: 1-3′ Color: White to Pink Bloom – time: May to July
This small, prairie shrub is good for a variety of restoration projects. This plant will grow just about any where and is very tolerant of infertile soil. It’s flowers are not showy and are followed by clusters of greenish, white berries in the fall. Birds and small animals use this shrub for food and cover and it is also attractive to hummingbirds!
Medicinal uses: Food uses: Interesting facts: Name: Western Snowberry USDA Plants Database profile page