The Berries Gallery:

Berries portrait of
Symphoricarpos albus var. laevigatus
Pacific Snowberry




Here is an August portrait of the underside of the
Snowberry's leaves, which is pailer than the bright
green surface of the leaves. These are the first berries of the
season, appearing while the shrub is still flowering as well.
The berries will increase in size & number, the flowers
vanishing by September, then the deciduous leaves will fall,
leaving a marvelous late autumn & early winter
display of big pure white nippled berries
on the twiggy branches.

For a portrait of the berries later in the year, see the
Snowberry Page of the Winter Berries Gallery
And for more about this shrub, see the main
Symphoricarpos albus page

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