Baneberry (Actaea rubra)
Scientific Name: Actaea rubra
Common Name: Baneberry
Toxicity: Stomach irritant
Berries/Fruits: Small clusters of berries in late summer. Some plants have red berries while others have slightly larger white berries.
Flowers: Showy clusters of white flowers May-June
Description: These plants grow at higher elevations (8000 feet) in cool, wet places. Grows 3 or 4 feet tall, has a thick stem and thick underground root, large featherlike leaves with a hairy underside. Poisonous parts: all parts, especially root stock and sap.