Friday, May 14, 2010


Baneberry has two varieties in Indiana; a red and a white. The difference is the color of the berries that poke out of long stalk giving this plant a common name of Doll's Eyes.

The berries are Audubon guide says very poisonous.  So why would this poisonous plant be important? Well, it's a food for birds and a house for at least one moth. This plant is blooming now in Indiana.

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