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Baneberry - Actaea pachypoda
The White Baneberry is a popular perennial often used to attract birds, particularly upland game birds, to one's home or garden. The plant produces berries after its flowering season which are bright white and highly visible, and are a food source to many different types of birds. However, these berries (and the plant itself) are quite poisonous to people, and should not be planted in an area where small children have access to them without supervision. The bright white berries also appear to be little eyes that are watching over things. This plant is also called doll eye and Actaea Pachypoda by the botanical name. It grows well when planted in climate zones three through eight and can usually grow to be around three feet tall. It normally blooms in the months of July and August and looks bright and adds lots of color and a very natural feel to all gardens. It thrives when planted in moist and well drained soils and also in full and partially shaded gardens. This plant can also be found growing in the wild in wooded areas that are moist and shaded. This is a great addition to all gardens and natural areas and are very easy to grow. They look great as they are in bloom and also brings a variety of birds that love to feast on the berries they produce. These are excellent choices when planting a natural area or landscaping a lawn. They display very bright and vivid green leaves as they grow to maturity.
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