Coralberry (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus)

Coralberry (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus)


Native to the Eastern United States, this deciduous shrub has an arching form. It’s habit is to sucker and can form into thickets if allowed. Great choice for erosion control on banks. Tolerates drought and clay soil. Naturally found in open woodlands and fields. Small, bell shaped blooms appear early summer, giving way to coral colored berries in the fall. Attracts birds.

Zone: 2-7

Light: Full sun to Part Shade

Bloom: June/July Small, White with pink edges

Soil: Dry-Medium

Size: 2’-5’ tall x 4’-8’ wide

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