A bushy, arching deciduous shrub with bell shaped pink flowers in summer followed by white berries. Height: 1.5m. Width:1.5m.
Symphoricarpus hancock, commonly known as Hancock’s Snowberry, is a deciduous shrub celebrated for its ornamental white berries. This North American native plant belongs to the honeysuckle family and is distinguished by its delicate, arching branches adorned with clusters of small, round, ivory-colored berries. The berries, which appear in late summer and persist through fall, add a touch of elegance to gardens and landscapes. Symphoricarpus hancock is prized not only for its aesthetic appeal but also for its adaptability and low-maintenance nature. The white berries are not only visually striking but also serve as a valuable food source for wildlife, making this shrub a delightful addition to diverse ecosystems. Whether used as a stand-alone focal point or as part of a mixed planting scheme, Symphoricarpus hancock with its white berries is sure to contribute beauty and ecological value to any garden setting.