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Genus also termed snowberry, waxberry or ghostberry after its predominantly white, waxy fruits. It contains approximately 16 hardy, deciduous shrubs with simple, oppositely arranged foliage. These produce clusters of bell-shaped, white-pink flowers which develop into long-lasting spherical fruits coloured white, pink, blue or purple. This genus is tolerant of poor soil and pollution and suits planting in a shrub border, or as informal hedging.
How to propagate Snowberry
Propagation is by softwood cuttings in the summer. Take hardwood cuttings in the winter.
Division in the autumn.
Other uses of Snowberry
Grown mainly for their clusters of showy, long persistent fruits.