Common name: Snowberry
Symphoricarpos albus var. laevigatus (Fernald) S.F.Blake APNI*
Leaves larger, to 7 cm or so long and these, like the branchlets, hairless.
Fruits larger and more numerous than in the type.
Distribution and occurrence: Cultivated shrub in cooler districts. Naturalising near the visitor centre at Yarrangobilly Caves. Native to North America.
NSW subdivisions: *ST
Text by KL Wilson (August 2008); R.Spencer, HortFlora [accessed 4 May 2023].Updated Kerry Gibbons 4 May 2023.
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