Or Pigeon berry, or Pudding berry, or even Cracker berry if you prefer. This widespread little plant is even made use of in Japan, where it is called Gozen-tachibana. A herbaceous perennial of about 20cm in height, it makes a very good groundcover, preferring a moist, shady spot and a soil that is either acid or neutral.
It has white flowers in the spring followed by red berries in the summer; evidently much used worldwide in ways hinted at by some of the names.
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