Just an excellent woodland plant for any home garden!!! It spreads slowly through its roots and is a showy addition!! Over time this plant can form dense colonies making a great medium/tall groundcover.
This native woodland plant has dense terminal clusters of fragrant flowers that change to bright red berries. The leaves line the arching stems, changing to gold color in the fall, adding seasonal interest.
- Sun Exposure: sun, part shade, shade
- Soil Conditions Wet Mesic, Mesic, Dry Mesic
- Height 2'
- Flower Color White
- Flower Time April-June
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