White Baneberry or Doll's Eye

Actaea pachypoda

  • Primarily cultivated in woodland and shade gardens for its attractive white berries and astilbe-like foliage.
  • It naturally occurs in deep woods, north-facing wooded slopes, bluff bases and ravines.
  • Tiny white flowers appear in spring in short, oblong terminal clusters atop long greenish stems rising above the foliage.
  • Flowering stems thicken after bloom and turn an attractive red as pea-sized white berries develop in summer in elongated clusters.


Height: 2-3 ft
Spread: 2-3 ft
Zone: 3-8
Color: White

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Characteristics & Attributes

Attracts Wildlife:

» Attracts Pollinators

Foliage Color:

» Green

Exposure:

» Full Shade
» Partial Shade

Soil Moisture:

» Keep Well Watered
» Moist, Well Drained

Habit:

» Clump forming
» Upright

Season of Interest (Flowering):

» Spring
» Summer

Season of Interest (Foliage):

» Spring
» Summer