Baneberry Plant

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Baneberry, Actaea Pachypoda is a Fast Growing, Berry Producing Perennial             

Baneberries take several years to mature. They grow best in shaded areas with moist to wet soil. Besides the eye-catching berries, the petals of the white baneberry give off a fragrance similar to roses and are attractive to many insects. While the plants can be odd-looking, the berries are beautiful to birds, with many types feeding on them. An interesting side note is that the primary pollinator of this plant in the northeast is the European snout beetle, an insect introduced to North America.

Baneberry White is also known as Actaea. Hardy planting zones are 4-9. The growth rate is 2 to 3 feet per year; The Baneberry White is a fast-growing perennial and will thrive in moist soil types. This perennial looks great when in bloom and growing in gardens and natural areas. This plant will brighten up all areas and will be beautiful. It will have gorgeous flowers to enjoy.


Baneberry, Actaea Pachypoda Grow in Open Woodland Areas and Brighten up All Areas with their Beauty 

Baneberry grows in open woodland areas and often grows to 31 inches in height, producing one to a few clusters of white sepals, which form flowers. The flowers are usually 2.5 mm to 4 mm long, and after they have finished their season, they create green berries that carry the seeds for the next generation. Towards the end of summer, the green berries turn a bright red or white color, and they also will have a black dot on each one.This perennial can grow to be 2 to 3 feet tall when grown. It will do wonderfully in areas that supply full sunlight and partial shade. It will provide beautiful blooms that will be white and will add life to all gardens. This plant also attracts a wide variety of birds while it is growing and blooming. This plant also works excellent to plant around water gardens and lakes, and ponds. It will have red berries that the birds will love to feast on.


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 A fast-growing perennial, Baneberry grows in open woodland areas and brightens up the surroundings with its beauty.

The botanical name of Baneberry is Actaea Pachypoda. Bugbane and Cohosh are the perennials of the same species and hence resemble the closely related Baneberry. The species is also related to Aconitum, a poisonous plant genus that includes monkshood and wolfsbane. The Baneberry is native to Europe, Asia, and North America's subtropical, temperate, and subarctic regions. Baneberry grows in open wooded areas of the Midwest. It reaches the height of 30 to 40 cm tall. In late spring and early summer, the plants produce a flower spike covered with clusters of small white sepals that form flowers for about three weeks.

The flowers of the Banerry are usually 2.5 mm to 4 mm long and produce green berries after blooming that contain seeds for the next generation. At the end of the summer, the green berries turn a bright red or white color, having a black dot on each one. Red baneberries grow widely throughout North America in zones 3-7. However, white Baneberries grow primarily in the eastern and Midwest in zones 3-8. Both species of baneberries thrive in moist, nutrient-rich areas such as next to stream banks, marshes, and other damp areas on a wide range of soil types and ecosystems. The ecosystems include deciduous, evergreen, and mixed forests. 

 The deciduous baneberries are an excellent addition to any woodland or shady borders. The attractive foliage of the baneberries lasts most of the growing season. The pretty flowers and conspicuous fruit adds ornamental interest to the fall. It takes several years for baneberries to mature. Baneberry thrives best in partial to full shade, moist, rich soil with lots of organic material. The white petals of eye-catching baneberries have a rose-like fragrance that appeals to many insects. While the plants may appear odd, the berries are attractive to birds, with many different species feeding on them. The European snout beetle is the primary pollinator of this plant in the Northeast. When planted in groups, it grows as a tall groundcover: plant one or both baneberry species with early-blooming wooded flowers for year-round interest.


Cultural Description of the Baneberry Plant:

Botanical Name:  Actaea pachypoda

Common Names: Doll's eyes, Necklace Weed, White Baneberry

Native to: North America 

Soil Preference: Moist, rich soil

Sun Exposure:  Partial Shade, Shade

Water Requirement: Moderate Moisture

Ship As: Bareroot

Growth Rate: Grows 2–3 feet per year

Height at Maturity:  2- 3 feet tall when grown

Bloom Time:  April, Early Spring, Summer

Best Time to Harvest: Fall, Late Aug through Sep

Benefits: Attracts insects, pollinators, and birds

Hardiness Zone:  3-9

The Hardiness zone of Baneberry is 3 to 9. Actaea is another name for Baneberry White. The Baneberry White grows at a rate of two to three feet per year; it is a fast-growing herbaceous plant that thrives in moist soil types. The perennial looks stunning when blooming in gardens and woodland areas. It brightens up the beauty of any garden with its lovely foliages and fruits.

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Doll Eye-genus Actaea Hardy Planting Zones- 4-9 Sun or Shade ??Partial Shade Mature Height - 1-3" Mature Width- 12" Bloom Season ??Late Spring (May-June) Gardener Status- Novice
Planting Zones 3-8
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2 Reviews

  • 4
    Baneberry Plant

    This has shown so much achievement in my garden pond. I so love as it change along with the season.

  • 5
    The Baneberry Plant has beautiful stems that come in a wide range of different heights. I loved this plant.

    I will most definitely be buying more.

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