Actaea rubra

Actaea rubra




  • Herbaceous perennial usually only a foot or two in height
  • Found along wooded trails and creeks
  • Tiny white flowers are followed by showy red (sometimes white) fruits in the fall
  • Happiest in shade or filtered light and in deep moist soils
  • Found in Bay hills section
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Canyon, Huckleberry RP, Redwood RP, Tilden RP, Wildcat RP


1 gallon, Deepot

bloom season Aug
pollinators Birds
pollinators Butterflies
growth habit Clumping
habitat Coastal scrub
features Fruits
sun Full Shade
bloom season Jul
bloom season Jun
bloom season May
water Mod
habitat Oak woodland
sun Part Shade
soil Poor
habitat Riparian
soil Well-drained
flower color White
dormancy winter

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