Answer: The white berries on your snowberry will naturally age and turn brown in late winter so I think what you're seeing is normal for this plant. In a few weeks you'll see new growth and later in the season you'll see flowers which will turn into berries. Birds love these berries so normally they're all gone by mid-winter. Don't worry too much about the berries - your plant will produces beautifully bright and white berries next fall. Enjoy!
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