Pyramidal clusters of starry white flowers are crowded on 2 inch wide flower spikes from April through May and beyond, berries start green with black stripes turning to mottled dark wine red, lance-shaped 3-6 inch leaves on erect arching stems emerge in the spring like spikes coming out of the ground, spreading by freely forking rhizomes forming leafy colonies, a really tough plant that is great for shade.
1-3 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-7b
Native Range: s. NL to BC & AK, south to NJ & PA, upland south to VA, TN, west through OK to s. CA. Rare in AZ, KY, MD & TN
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