Actaea rubra

  • Actaea rubra  baneberry
  • Actaea rubra  baneberry

Native to moist wooded plant communities throughout the Coast Ranges and the Sierra Nevada. The attractive astilbe-like foliage emerges in the early spring. The tiny white flowers have no petals and are made up of clusters of creamy white stamens. The spikes of vivid, shiny red berries are very showy though poisonous - hence the common name baneberry. A wonderful addition to shady situations with some summer water. Goes dormant in the winter. Deer resistant.

Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of April 3, 2019:

4in 1g
53 @
28 @