You’re going to love the way this sweet little snowberry fits into your outdoor spaces. Beginning in late August, pearl-white berries form in clusters at the tips of every branch—each with a red dusting. The ideal choice for planting along a garden path or outside a low set window where you can look into the eye-catching fruits, Little Red Riding Hood delivers a pleasing show of color when most plants are preparing for a long winters’ rest.
Plant in irregular groupings or as an informal hedge for a readily available supply of cut stems for floral arrangements in late summer and early fall. Snowberries add interest to the garden at a time when most perennials and shrubs are exhibiting a tired look. And, as an added bonus, they make excellent cuts for floral arrangements. With these improved varieties from Plants Nouveau, new found uses for snowberries abound.
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