- Distinguishing features
- This is a small perennial, about 6-10 inches above the ground. Each plant has two oblong-oval leaves with an arched flower stalk (raceme) bearing small, fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers on the down side. Later in the summer, some of these plants may form orange fleshy berries. It is most often found in gardens in thick beds.
Read more in the Poisonous Plants of Pennsylvania Publication