Clusters of red and/or white berries
The berries are presumably used in the making of the Baneberry Potion
Behind the scenesEdit
- The picture of the Baneberry Potion depicts a Baneberry as a small branch with green leaves and clusters of both red and white berries. This is odd - varieties of Actaea may have red, black, or white berries, but two colours together is unusual.
- Baneberry, also known in England as Herb Christopher, was once believed to ward off plague, insects, and vermin but attract toads.