Baneberry - Dolls Eye Plant 3 For $12.99

  • Baneberry Plant  perennials thrive best with moist soil until the seeds germinate and after they blossom.
  • Baneberry Plant care is quite simple for even the least inexperienced gardener to manage.
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Planting Zones 3-8
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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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Baneberry Doll Eye Plants 

Known as "doll's eyes," white baneberry (Actaea pachypoda) is a popular garden plant because of its outstanding aesthetic appeal. The plant also bears white berries with deep purple "pupils," giving them the appearance of a doll's eyes in addition to its clusters of small white blooms. 

 Seeds of this quietly perennial should be sown late fall or early spring after the last frost, depending on your climate. In eastern North America, the plant grows to an average height of 2 feet. Although it may self-seed, it does not tend to dominate other plants.

 Cosmetics Using White Baneberries 

 Adding this plant to your garden will be a low-maintenance and attractive addition. For the sake of visual attraction, animals (apart from birds) prefer to linger on plants for an extended period since the majority of them ignore the berries. Native, not invasive, white baneberry will not disrupt the natural equilibrium of plants. In your garden, it's not a very aggressive spreader; it tends to remain there where you put it.


 You may find wildflowers such as the white baneberry in mature woodlands. Although this plant may grow in full or partial sun, many people utilize it in their shadow gardens. 


 As long as the soil is wet and well-drained, it will thrive in almost any environment. The ideal ground is organically rich and humus-rich. An acidic to neutral pH is also preferred. 


 During hot, dry summers, the plant's need for damp soil necessitates constant watering. 

 It Is Important To Keep An Eye On Both Temperature And Humidity

 From Canada to Georgia and from the East Coast to Minnesota, it's a native species. USDA planting zones 3 to 8 are the most incredible places to grow it since it can endure a wide variety of temperatures and humidity. 


 No fertilizer is needed throughout the growing season when you plant your crops on soil rich in organic matter. Adding a small layer of mulch in the autumn or early winter can help keep the roots from freezing before the season begins.

 Varieties of White Bumblebee 

 Actaea pachypoda 'Misty Blue,' a white baneberry hybrid, is the only one in existence. This cultivar's most striking characteristic is its bluish-green leaves, which hold its color throughout the year. The red baneberry (Actaea rubra) is similar to the white baneberry (Actaea alba), but the berries are red.

The beguiling Baneberry plant genus includes eight perennials that grow throughout the temperate woodland area in northern climates. Each Baneberry plant grows to about 12-18 inches tall (30-45 centimeters) and produces attractive (albeit slightly bizarre) berries of multiple colors. The plant's name indicates the color of its berries, such as a white Baneberry possessing white berries, the red having red or ivory berries, etc., that add a little color to your garden.

Typically, most Baneberry plant species will flower in late spring after being planted in late autumn. These perennials thrive best with moist soil until the seeds germinate and after they blossom. Add them around the sides of your home or in your garden to add a little variety and drive away many pests and animals, like deer and rabbits. These animals instinctively avoid the Baneberry species due to the bitter taste of their berries. Birds love Baneberry, however, so they are an excellent option for bird watchers.
Grow these perennials in well-drained and rich soil in partial shade. Full sunlight is not always a good option because it may damage some Baneberry plants. Thankfully, most Baneberry species are pretty hardy and plant well in zones three through eight. However, they can grow easily indoors during colder seasons, expanding and becoming healthier and more attractive.

Baneberry plant care is quite simple for even the least inexperienced gardener to manage


 Keep their soil moist at all times, providing regular watering to avoid starvation. Check the top of the ground every day before you water. Only water if it feels dry or if the soil is damp but not water-rich. Stop watering before any water pools on the surface of the dirt, though, as this may drown the Baneberry when pooling too long.

Keep the soil loose with occasional aeration to provide the plant with room to grow and expand. Provide rich soil — as with other perennials — for maximum growth potential. Mulch the plant's base before the snow falls to protect the roots from cold, ice and freezing. Layer the mulch no more than one-inch thick around the plant to provide the maximum level of benefits.

While the Baneberry is an attractive plant that will add a little color to your home, make sure to keep them out of the curious hands of children; every part of the plant — including the berries — is poisonous to people when consumed. Thankfully, they should induce almost immediate vomiting to minimize the potential side effects. However, some people may experience stomach cramps, dizziness, headaches, diarrhea, hallucinations, burning mouth, and even respiratory distress and heart attacks, depending on how many berries they eat.
Don't let this fact scare you too much — Baneberry plant berries look odd to people and grow high on the plant, making them hard for children to grab. Talk to your children about this danger, and you should have no difficulty making this plant work for your gardening needs.

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