Symphoricarpos mollis (with the common names Creeping snowberry, Southern California snowberry, and trip vine) is a species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family. It is found across western North America.
The plant is a tall creeping shrub which bears bunches of red or pink rounded, bell-shaped flowers and spherical or bulbous white or pink-tinted fruits. The fruits are not generally considered toxic but are distasteful, having a soapy texture due to the presence of saponins.
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