This rare and ravishing form of white doll's eyes flaunts conical clusters of glossy deep rose-pink (not white!) berries in late summer and fall. Frilly white flowers precede the fruits in spring, on sparsely branched plants furnished with toothed compound leaves. We have only a few to sell this year.
Shade; average to moist soil; 30"x18"; midsummer to fall; RI native; Zone 4
Propagated from seed; deep 3.5-inch pots