The leaves have many toothed leaflets. The flowers are loose, white spikes(racemes) on thin stalks. Flowers turn to bright red berries in the fall.
Flower Type: Flower parts too small to see
Flower Color: White
Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
Plant Type: Wildflower
Leaf Type: Leaves divided and toothed
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