Actaea pachypoda v. rubrocarpa
njorgen at COMCAST.NET
Thu Aug 5 03:48:49 CEST 2004
Yes. it is forma neglecta which, according to Gray (Fernald), is
sometimes more abundant than the regular red form. I think I have seen
it in botanical gardens e.g. Garden in the Woods, Framingham MA, but I
can never recall finding it in the wild. Much of the land hereabouts
in underlain with granite so the soil is low pH and Actea of all kinds
seem to be endemic to the relatively few circumneutral soil areas in
here in Eastern New England.
Kittery, Maine Zone 5b
On Wednesday, August 4, 2004, at 04:12 PM, Henry wrote:
> Isn't there also a white-berried variety of /Actea rubra/?
> --Henry Fieldseth
> Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Zone 4
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