White snowfowl, or brushy snowfowl (lat. Symphoricarpos albus), Snowberry
Deciduous shrub up to 1.5 meters high with thin shoots. The leaves are opposite, ovate or oval, whole-edged, up to 2-5 cm long. On the upper side they are green, naked, on the lower side they are glaucous and slightly pubescent.
The flowers are small (0.6 cm in diameter), with a bell-shaped 4-5-lobed pink corolla, collected in dense racemes in leaf axils. Blooms from May to September.
The fruits are spherical, up to 1 cm in diameter, white, with two pits inside, inedible. Ripen in September, do not fall off for a long time. Propagated by seeds and root offspring.
The white snowbird endures harsh winters and easily experiences a drop in temperature to -35 ° C.