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White Baneberry Care – How To Grow Doll’s Eye Plant In Gardens

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Native to moist, deciduous woodlands, white baneberry (doll's eye) plants are rather odd-looking wildflowers, named for the clusters of small, white, black-spotted berries that appear in midsummer. Interested in growing white baneberry? Click here to learn more.

Baneberry Plant Information: What Are Red Or White Baneberry Plants

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Learning to identify baneberry bush is important, as the shiny little berries (and all parts of the plant) are highly toxic. You can find more baneberry plant information in this article. Click here to learn more about identifying these plants.


Actaea (Cimicifuga) Plant Profile

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Gardeners looking for some drama for their perennial shade gardens run up against hostas again and again. While some hostas do sport showy flowers, blossoms are not the focal point of the hosta. Actaea, by contrast, offers not only nice foliage but also pretty flowers. And if you are looking for something to flower late in the season (at which point so many flowers have retired for another year), know that the Actaea blooms later in the year than Hosta does. Actaea plants are as slow to establish in the garden as hostas, but they are worth the wait.

Botanical Name Actaea
Common Names Bugbane, bugwort, cohosh, snakeroot
Plant Type Herbaceous flowering perennial
Mature Size 2 to 4 feet in height without flowers (7 feet with flowers)
Sun Exposure Partial shade to full shade
Soil Type Rich, with good drainage
Soil pH Roughly neutral (7)
Bloom Time Late summer through early fall
Flower Color White (most commonly)
Hardiness Zones 3 to 7
Native Area North America
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