Height: 1-3 feet high; 2-3 feet wide
Light: Part to full shade
Soil: Moist, naturally in woodlands and thickets
Bloom: Creamy white spring blooms
Foliage: Gold fall
Landscape: Shade garden
Resistance: Deer and rabbits
More information and native range here
Doll's Eyes/White Baneberry
Pollinator value: High. Bees collect the pollen, songbirds birds and small mammals eat the fruit.
Long-lived, self-seeding and easy to care for, Doll's Eyes stand out with their chalky white berries on bright red stems that mature in late summer and last until the frost.
*Fruits are toxic to people and pets