While the snowberry isn't the most well behaved plant in the garden, it does give us some interesting features for us to enjoy throughout the year. It blooms in spring with small, dense white flowers and in fall those clusters are flowers are replaced by berries, which will last until winter. Even though they only grow to 3-6 ft tall keep room between them to increase air flow as they will be prone to disease if planted too close together. As beautiful as the berries might be they are poisonous to humans, but wildlife will enjoy eating the berries. These plants will thrive in dry areas but they like rocky and sandy soils.