Symphoricarpos x chenaulti 'Hancock'
More About Symphoricarpos x chenaulti 'Hancock'
- Bell-shaped, pink flowers appear along and at the ends of the branches
- Clusters of pink berries persist into the winter
- Foliage is bluish-green
- Creeping, rerooting, mounding habit
- Bloom Time: Summer
Hancock Coralberry Growing and Maintenance Tips
Excellent as a ground cover as it roots wherever a branch touches the soil. To promote flower and fruit production, pruning should be done in early spring.
Symphoricarpos x chenaulti 'Hancock' Characteristics
Moist to Average
Average to Dry Soils