Actaea pachypoda

Photo Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden Plant Finder

White Baneberry

WOODLAND. Green astilbe-like foliage with airy white flower cluster appearing in spring. In late summer this native produces big clusters of white berries on bright red stems. Each berry has a small black spot, also known as "Doll's Eyes". Do not eat the berries, they are extremely poisonous, so careful consideration should be given when choosing where to plant.


Height


24 inches

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Spread


18-20 inches

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USDA Hardiness Zone 3

Characteristics & Attributes

Exposure
Partial Shade
Shade
Plant Sub-Group
Woodland, Wildflower and Medicinal Natives
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