Common Name: Doll’s Eyes

  • Habit: Perennial Herb
  • Light: Shade (< 2 hrs. direct sun), Part Shade (2-5 hrs. direct sun)
  • Water Needs:  Average, Moist
  • Height:  2-5′
  • Flower: White, Apr. May
  • Fruit: Small, white berries with a distinct black spot at the base.
  • Fall Color: No
  • Natural Habitat:  Bottomland Deciduous Forest,
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SKU: act_pac_000 Categories:
Actaea pachypoda or White Baneberry is a rhizomatous, deciduous perennial herb that grows in bottomland deciduous forests with moist soils. Leaves are alternate and compound with serrated margins. White flowers appear in April-May, followed by showy white berries that have a distinctive dark dot at it’s apex. The berries are foraged by a variety of birds, white-footed mice, and red-backed moles.

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