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Actaea pachypoda

White Baneberry

Heavily dissected foliage plant for mesic woods. This plant has spikes of white flowers that preceed white fruit with black spots in the center, resembling doll’s eyes. Most parts of this plant are extremely toxic and should not be consumed.

  • Height: 18" – 24"
  • Width: 18" – 24"
  • Soil Conditions: Moist/Well Drained
  • Flower Color: White
  • Bloom Time: May
  • Hardiness Zone: 3 To 8
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Item Number Size Crop Photo Notes Qty
22434.1G #1 Tops are dormant 488
  • Plant Characteristics

  • Attributes

    • Fall Color
    • Ornamental Fruit
  • Attracts Wildlife

    • Attracts Wildlife
  • Critter Resistance

    • Deer Resistant
  • Plant Habit

    • Upright
  • Light Conditions

    • Shade
  • Native Plant Community

    • Woodland
  • Flower Color

    • White
  • Flower Hue

    • Medium
  • Flower Type

    • Spike
  • Flower Height

    • 18" to 24"
  • Foliage Color

    • Green
  • Leaf Texture

    • Medium
  • Flower Form

    • Single
  • Flower Size

    • 1"
  • Soil Moisture

    • Moist/Well Drained
  • Prune Time

    • Jan/Feb/March
  • Growth Rate

    • Slow
  • Origin

    • Greater Midwest
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Contact Info

Phone: (847) 742-1790
Fax: (847) 742-2655
mginfo@midwestgroundcovers.com

Street Address

6N800 IL-25
St. Charles, IL 60174

Current Hours:

Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 5:00pm Saturday: 7:00am - 12:00pm

 

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