CORALBERRY Symphoricarpos orbiculatus This shrub's pink berries stand out against leafless branches in winter. It also has dainty pinkish flowers in spring. This shrub spreads by root suckers and can form a thicket if allowed. It thrives on neglect and poor soils and is great for controlling erosion on slopes, and riparian plantings.
Photo credit: Ryan Armbrust, Kansas Forest Service, Bugwood.org