Native to moist, deciduous woodlands, white baneberry (doll?s eye) plants are rather odd-looking wildflowers, named for the clusters of small, white, black-spotted berries that appear in midsummer. Interested in growing white baneberry? Click here to learn more.
Learning to identify baneberry bush is important, as the shiny little berries (and all parts of the plant) are highly toxic. You can find more baneberry plant information in this article. Click here to learn more about identifying these plants.
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