Polygonatum pubescens / Solomon’s Seal


A woodland wildflower with clusters of bell-shaped flowers hanging from its arching stems. In addition to its virtues as an ornamental plant, Solomon’s Seal is an excellent edible (springtime shoots used like asparagus) and an important remedy for joint pains.

Height: 1′ – 3′        Blooms: May

Habitat: Dry to mesic, part sun to shade

Provenance: NJ


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