Maianthemum Racemosum, Doll eye
The Doll Eye plant is a perennial that can be found in partially shaded woodland areas. The plant has captivating white flowers that fork from the stalk in the spring months between May and June. The plant is known for its distinct feature of white, round berries with a black center resembling an eye. The berries grow on the plant’s prominent stems like red veins, which is excellent to grow in the yard to create that creepy appeal as it grows into the fall months. These plants are perfect for the shady backyard, and will beautifully contrast with the green landscape of summer while complimenting the bold red and gold colors as it grows into the fall until frost.
Produces a Berry like Bloom
Doll Eye wildflower is a unique one. This flower will have the most unusual blooms when these wildflowers are in bloom. They will look a lot like little eyeballs. These wildflowers will grow best in rich, moist well drained soil conditions. They will add beauty to any gardens.
The doll eye has a blooming season from May to June. Doll eye has white blooms. It likes rich, moist soil. It's great for naturalizing. The doll eye is a beautifully fragrant flower.
Doll Eye is also as White Baneberry
This plant is seen growing around woods and other moist areas. Doll Eye loves damp soil conditions but does not do good when soils are wet, so it needs to be in well-drained soils. Doll Eye will be great for a natural area. When in bloom this plants will produce a berry like a bloom that will resemble an eye. The Doll's Eye is a very significantly looking plant because of the way it looks; it is like no other.