Doll eye or Actaea pachypoda are white baneberry flowering plants.
Doll eyes belong to the buttercup family. The doll eye berry is a white berry with a dark purple pit that resembles a pupil, the white (or sometimes red) berries sprout from a red stem. The USDA hardiness planting zone is 3 to 8. They grow best with damp well-drained soil. Doll eyes bloom for four to six weeks at the end of summer until the beginning of fall. These plants often thrive in April to July; they grow best in partial to full sunlight. Doll eye bushes grow up to 30 inches when they have fully matured. Doll eyes are best planted in the fall to bloom on time.
Doll eyes grow in many places throughout America and Canada.
They prefer acidic soil for the best growth rate. Doll eyes are commonly found in woodland areas. It is important to know that they are hazardous plants because they are very toxic if eaten in large amounts.
Doll Eye is also known as Actaea Pachypoda. Hardy planting zones are 3-8. The Doll Eye is a fast growing perennial and will thrive in moist and well-drained soil types. This flower will look magnificent when added to gardens. It will bring life and will have a unique looking bloom. It will be easy to care for and to grow in all areas.
This perennial will grow to be 2 to 3 feet tall and can be 1.5 to 2 wide. It will grow best in areas that have partial and full shade. This plant will have gorgeous blooms that will resemble little eyes. It will work very well in gardens and areas that will not receive a lot of sunshine. It will add a unique character when in bloom and is unique when blooming. This plant will thrive in May and June.
Doll Eye Ships As – Bareroot Plant