Smooth Solomon’s Seal - Polygonatum biflorum
This is in the larger #1 size container.
May also be called Small Solomon's Seal
Features: This is a striking woodland native that makes rows of pretty white flowers along its stems in the spring. They turn into berries that can feed wildlife and it keeps its gracefully arching foliage into the fall. Great for any shade garden.
Light: Partial to full shade
Soil: Moist-Medium, the type of steady moisture found in woodlands, with leaf matter.
Height: 1-2 feet
Blooms: Rows of white flowers in April-May, which turn to dark blue/purple berries.
Photo Credits: 1 Illinois Wildflowers, 2 Carolyn Cullen Wild Ones Member
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