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Common Snowberry vs Dwarf Arctic Willow

Symphoricarpos albus

Salix purpurea Nana

Common Snowberry
Dwarf Arctic Willow

Common Snowberry is a small deciduous shrub with characteristic white to pink flowers and clusters of white fruit.

This North American native species is very adaptable, and can be used for erosion control in riparian and restoration areas. Snowberry's fruit attracts wildlife, and livestock can consume the berries without issue.

Note: This difficult to grow species is not regularly scheduled to grow at TreeTime.ca. If you don't seedlings available for purchase, try purchasing seed from SeedTime.ca and growing your own? Or sign up for a restock notification above.

Dwarf Arctic Willow is a beautiful ornamental shrub that attracts butterflies. It grows into a low dense, rounded shrub with slender purple stems. The Dwarf Arctic Willow has bluish-green foliage throughout the season and stunning when planted as an artistic hedge. Cold hardy and juglone tolerant, this shrub will make a nice addition to your urban garden.

COMMON SNOWBERRY QUICK FACTS

DWARF ARCTIC WILLOW QUICK FACTS

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Zone: 1a
Zone: 4a
Height: 0.9 m (3 ft)
Height: 1.2 m (4 ft)
Spread: 1.2 m (4 ft)
Moisture: dry, normal
Moisture: normal, wet
Light: full sun
Light: full sun
Fuzz/fluff: no
Catkins: yes
Berries: white waxy berry-like drupes
Flowers: pink to white flowers in spring
Bark: red-brown shredded bark
Growth rate: fast
Growth rate: fast
Life span: 30 years +
Life span: medium
Maintenance: low
Maintenance: low
Suckering: none
Suckering: high
Pollution tolerance: medium
Pollution tolerance: high



Toxicity: berries toxic to humans


Other Names: common snowberry
Other Names: dwarf blue leaf arctic willow, dwarf purple osier, purple willow, Salix purpurea Gracilis


Ships To Canada: yes
Ships to USA: yes
Ships To Canada: yes
Ships to USA: yes