By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer
Interested in growing salal plants in your own garden? You can certainly do just that, as long as growing conditions are right for this woodland plant. Click this article for more salal plant information and learn how to grow your own.
Indifferently, spring or fall but avoid freezing or sweltering hot weather to plant.
Favor rather sun-endowed spots, or with light shade, since snowberry is naturally found in forest underbrush.
It is perfectly possible to multiply your snowberry. Cuttings is a technique that is easy to succeed with this shrub.
Snowberry is a very vigorous shrub. When conditions are good, it will send roots out in all directions.
Snowberry will naturally spread into dense thickets. If you wish to control the spread, set up a system similar to that of the bamboo rhizome barrier.