Few garden owners plant now the snowberry, Symphoricarpus racemosus, once seen in every front yard, and even used for hedges.
This is snowberry, and if you eat of it, you will grow wise in the wisdom of flowers.
Both grow abundantly as does also the snowberry, the same we cultivate for garden shrubbery.
On the dark oak walls, there were branches of laurel and snowberry.
The althæa and snowberry bushes in the flower-pots, and even the stunted box-edges along the paths, swayed in the wind.
The snowberry bears its pale pink flowers in drooping clusters on the spreading branches of bushes, which grow 2-5 ft. tall.
The snowberry (Symphoria racemosa) bears considerable resemblance to the upright Honeysuckles.
For another pupil of the philosopher's, whose homage I carried with my own, I planted a snowberry on Priestley's grave.