Polygonatum biflorum

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Plant Information:

Botanical Name:  Polygonatum biflorum

Common Name: Native Solomon Seal

Family: Liliaceae

Origin: US

Type: Perennial

Size: 30"h x 36"w

Exposure: Shade or Sun

Zones: Zone 4-10

Butterflies: No

Hummingbirds: No

Container Size: Large Pot Band

We like this Solomon’s Seal because it is a wonderful native foliage plant for shaded parts of the garden. Its long arching stems arise from thick underground rhizomes and are adorned each spring with white pendulous bell-like flowers all along their undersides. Native Solomon?s Seal has attractive leaves that also give a good show of golden fall color during autumn. The name comes from the shape of the scars once the stalks break off from the rhizome, described as resembling the official seal of King Solomon.