Actaea pachypoda

The plant is native to eastern . Flower ‎: ‎Showy, Fragrant Zone ‎: ‎to Native Range ‎: ‎Eastern North America Spread ‎: ‎2. Pour laisser jouir le nez, pour laisser pétiller les yeux, parce que tout le monde va . Ce Cimicifuga fleurit au printemps avec des fleurs blanches insignifiantes et des fruits noirs. Caractéristiques de Cimicifuga pachypoda Misty Blue.

This plant has poison characteristics. This lovely native woodland perennial forms a sizable multi-stemmed clump of soft blue-green foliage and is similar to Cimicifuga in habit. Elegant clumps of stiff slender stems are furnished with light-green, divided leaves.

Spires of fluffy white flowers become spikes of pea-sized white berries in late . Actaea pachypoda (White baneberry) Makin. The Blackfoot used a decoction of the roots as a remedy for colds and coughs. Coefficient of Conservatis7. Wetness Index: UPL Physiognomy: Nt P-Forb. Some of these plants are intermediate . Baneberry is the common name for several species of plants in the genus Actaea.

Description : Vivace compacte, en touffe, portant en été des grappes de petites fleurs duveteuses blanches, suivies en automne . Etymology: Actaea: an ancient Greek name, from its wet habitat and similarity to Sambucus . The alternate compound leaves are 2- or 3-pinnate and large . Common Name: White Baneberry, Doll Eyes. Ranunculaceae (Buttercup Family). It is in flower from June to July, and the seeds ripen in . Ali Z(1), Khan SI, Pawar RS, Ferreira Khan IA. Heavily dissected foliage plant for mesic woods.

Hardiness zone 5a, 5b, 6a, . The finely cut foliage of this exciting cultivar features stunning shades of blue- green and the same showy fruit of the species. Light Requirements: part-shade, shade. Plant types and subtypes: Perennials. IN-STOCK ORDERS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY VIA THE US POST OFFICE. Status : Native, Endangered-State, FACU (NWPL).

Specimen: View details of USF . Recently introduced by the Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware, this Eastern native perennial is adaptable to a wide range of climates.