80cm, White Baneberry (incl. Actaea erythrocarpa) makes terminal racemes of small white flowers followed by most showy snow white, shiny berries in late summer above strongly dissected and serrated leaves. It is native of open spots in deciduous woods from north-eastern Asia (Novosibirsk to Kamtschatka region) and North America. Easily grown in any leafy, rich, slightly moist soil in partial shade. Seeds are from white-fruited plants only, yet some seedlings may naturally have red fruits. VI-VII.