The common name, doll's eyes, refers to the shiny white berries that resemble the china eyes once used in doll making. These berries are supported by deep crimson pedicels. Native to rich woodland forests, this 12-24" perennial also offers dissected foliage above which creamy white, fragrant flowers float from May to June. Berries are great to look at but be cautious as they are poisonous if ingested. Prefers consistent moisture in fertile soil and shade.