||Moist deciduous or conifer forest
||Flowers appear in 3-4 distinct round clusters 1-2″ in diameter made of white flowers. Clusters form at the top of a single leafless stalk that appears to come from the ground and are generally found below the leaves
||Two main stalks, each of which spreads into 3 leafstalks that grow 3-5 fine-toothed oval leaflets 3-4″ long with pointed ends.
||The inedible fruit is a cluster of purple or black berries 1/8″ round on a leafless stalk.