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Galaxy Snowberry Bush
  • Galaxy Snowberry Bush
  • Galaxy Snowberry Bush
  • Galaxy Snowberry Bush
  • Growing Zones: 3-7
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    Mature Height: 3-5 ft.
    Mature Width: 3-6 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Blooms: Summer
    Spacing: 5-6 ft.
    Botanical: Symphoricarpus albus
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Galaxy Snowberry Bush

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    Your Own Natural Bird Feeder!

    The Snowberry Bush is one of mother nature’s greatest gifts.
    Here’s why…
    A wildlife habitat
    Attracts a wide diversity of wildlife
    Controls erosion
    Extremely cold hardy
    Wind resistant
    Flower and foliage interest
    Low maintenance
    Add a Snowberry Bush to your home and watch the wildlife come running. The bush’s dark green foliage provides a stunning backdrop to the white flowers dappled in tinges of pink. The flowers give way to waxy-white berries in the fall and last through winter. This is a main staple for all types of gamebirds and songbirds. It also provides shelter and nesting areas for smaller birds. But, this isn’t the only winged creature to pay a visit. Butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds visit throughout the growing season, turning your once mild-mannered backyard into a haven usually seen in pristine forests! 
    Easy as They Come
    The Snowberry is possibly the most adaptable plant on the market. It only needs fertilizer every other season. The bush actually loves clay, but is adaptable to almost any type of soil. The plant can handle drought but hates wet feet. Strong winds can’t stop this bush, and it can be used as a barrier for smaller perennial plants. Prune when you have diseased or dead branches and pinch off any suckers that may appear. Pests and disease rarely appear, but space your bushes more than 6 feet if planted in rows to avoid mildew problems. Negative sub temperatures in the winter are no match for the Snowberry. They can even handle full sun or partial shade. 
    Loved in the Landscape
    The Snowberry Bush is the jewel of the landscape thanks to its adaptability to any terrain. Plant in clusters on a steep bank since the bush is a natural erosion controller. Add as a backdrop to a wildlife attractant bed for your own micro Garden of Eden.  Plant them around a vegetable garden for natural invasive pest control since beneficial insects love the Snowberry Bush. 
    Get your Snowberry Bush today. You’ll never be this close to nature!

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