Baneberry plant is native to North America. This plant enjoys moist soil. This plant blooms from May to June. The leaves of the baneberry plant have a beautiful appearance that resembles the appearance of mint. The flowers of the plant are white, and when the berries are formed they are a nice raspberry color that is sometimes used to make dye. This plant is most generally found in wooded areas. This plant blooms in Spring and in Summer. When the fruit is beared on the plant it has small black dots on it which also gives the plant the name "dolls eyes". There are different varieties of this plant. There is the red version of the plant and there is another version of the plant that is white. Each plant bares a different colored fruit. The berries are very beautifully colored with a dark reddish color or a quaint white color that is very unique, with the stems connecting the berries to plant in such a geometrically interesting way. This plant is a surefire way to bring nature into the garden because the berries on it are edible for wildlife. This plant is easy to grow and has quite a lengthy life. The berries are very pretty and the plant acts as a cover for the ground when needed. The baneberry plant also pairs very well with ferns and many other types of wooded plants that are found in woody areas. This plant can also be placed with others that are of its kind to cover more ground and give a nice lush impact.
Botanical Name: Actaea