Actaea Alba. Also known as white baneberry. Part to full shade. Grows to 50cm x 1m wide. Long green leaves. White flowers are produced in spring in a dense raceme about 10 cm long, followed by 1 cm diameter white berry, whose size, shape, and black stigma scar give the species its other common name, "doll's eyes". The berries ripen over the summer, turning into a fruit that persists on the plant until frost. The entire plant is considered poisonous to humans but harmless to birds which disperse the seeds.