Solomon's Seal

Solomon's Seal

Fragrant, woodland plants with creamy blooms and constant foliage

Solomon’s Seal is a lush green, shade-loving plant with a distinctive arching shape. This flowering woodland is related to Lily of the Valley, yielding similar creamy-white bell-shaped blooms. 1.5 – 3 feet tall, Solomon’s Seal is a fragrant plant that will spread and naturalize beautifully throughout average to moist soils in shady spots. Flowers aside, the greenery alone makes this plant a great addition to low-light areas.

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  1. White Solomon's Seal Variegatum, Polygonatum oderatum, Solomon's Seal

    This Woodland beauty boasts light green leaves with clusters of creamy white bells, followed by indigo blue berries in the fall. The arching stems create an evolving, elegant stateme...

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    Variegated Solomon's Seal Variegated Solomon's Seal Polygonatum oderatum var. pluriflorum
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    This Woodland beauty boasts light green leaves with clusters of creamy white bells, followed by indigo blue berries in the fall. The arching stems create an evolving, elegant statement in the shade garden. (Polygonatum oderatum var. pluriflorum)
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  2. White Solomon's Seal, Polygonatum multiflorum, Solomon's Seal

    A close relative to Lily of the Valley, Solomon's Seal is a delicate, bell-shaped flowers that drip gracefully from arching 18" stems. Set against broad green leaves, the tiny flower...

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    Solomon's Seal Solomon's Seal Polygonatum multiflorum
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    A close relative to Lily of the Valley, Solomon's Seal is a delicate, bell-shaped flowers that drip gracefully from arching 18" stems. Set against broad green leaves, the tiny flowers seem to glow each evening at dusk and emit a sweet fragrance. Most at home in moist, rich soils, this woodland plant will excel in any shady spot as long as you amend the planitng site with compost and mulch the whole area to help retain moisture. Will spread and naturalize, slowly but surely. (Polygonatum multiflorum)
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