(Maianthemum race.): (1 gal) 1-3’. Graceful arching stems, slow spread. Showy 3-5” plumes of small starry cream-white flowers, Apr.-May. 10-20 oval leaves with “pleated” veins, zigzag down stems. Grape-like clusters of unique bold ¼” fruits – green, then marbled red, then silver-white with red marbling, then crimson. Medium to moist, likes loose moist soils; easy. Naturalize by wood’s edge, shade gardens. Bees, Birds.
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