Symphoricarpos mollis

Wildflowers Dicots Eudicots Asterids Dipsacales Caprifoliaceae Symphoricarpos

Trailing Snowberry.

Seen blooming in late May, though I expect it starts earlier than that.

I’ve seen the berries in June.

2 Responses to “Symphoricarpos mollis”

  1. Jesse Grantham Says:

    In the Ojai Valley, in a private garden, snowberry blooms all summer and begins to really produce fruits in late July and early August. In October it’s covered with fruit. It gets a little supplemental water throughout the year. I saw a wrentit eating fruits the first week of October.

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