· A very intriguing blossom on this woodland perennial. NATIVE to Northern Michigan!
· In late summer, red berries form which benefits all types of birds and wildlife
· Needs consistent moisture! Best located in woodland location with deep leaf mulch in partial sun to full shade
· Low maintenance! Leave it alone!
· 12” H x 12’ W spreads by rhizome
· Leaves of this plant are somewhat poisonous if eaten – thus deer and animal resistant.