- Height At Maturity Under 3 Feet
- Ships Year Round
- Exposure Full Sun,Full Shade,Sun & Shade
- Bloom Season Summer
- Bloom Color White
- Zone 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
- Usage Flower Gardens & Beds,Flowering
- Categories Perennials
Baneberry Plant is a Beautiful Berry Bloomer
Baneberry – Actaea spicata. Baneberry plants are perennial and herbaceous. They tend to be bushy with large, feathery-like leaves, and they prefer to grow in moist soils and partial shade, full shade, or full sunshine. They are native to Europe, Asia, and North America. They are 1 1/2 feet to 2 1/2 feet in length, and they spread 2 to 3 feet. Blooming times are usually from May to June, and their hardiness zones are from 3 to 8. There are two types of Baneberry: the Red Baneberry (Actaea rubra) and the White Baneberry (Actaea pachypoda).
Baneberry Plant is a Surefire Addition to Bring More of Nature to Your Garden
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 form, they are a lovely raspberry color that is sometimes used to make dye, found in wooded areas. This plant blooms in Spring and Summer. When the fruit is born on the plant, it has small black dots on it, giving 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 bears a different colored fruit.
This plant is a surefire way to bring nature into the garden because its berries are edible for wildlife. This plant is natural to grow and has quite a long life. The berries are gorgeous, and the plant acts as a cover for the ground when needed. The baneberry plant also pairs very well with ferns and many other wild plants found in wooded areas. This plant can place with others of its kind to cover more ground and give a tremendous lush impact.