Snowberry is a small, erect shrub found in the understory in both upland and streamside areas. It provides cover and its spreading habit makes it useful for erosion control. Very abundant.

Planting

Mostly container seedlings. Not widely available.

Natural Regeneration

Regenerates primarily through sprouting from underground stems, called rhizomes.

  • Streamside Planting Zones: 2-3
  • Tolerance to flooding: MEDIUM
  • Tolerance to shade: HIGH
  • Tolerance to drought: MEDIUM

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