Polygonatum pubescens / Solomon’s Seal


A woodland wildflower with clusters of bell-shaped flowers hanging from its arching stems. Iridescent foliage makes Solomon’s Seal a lush foliage plant for the woodland garden. Attracts pollinators.

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.

Similar to Giant Solomon’s Seal, but smaller in stature.

*SEASONALITY NOTE – In late-summer/autumn, this species may be sold as a robust rhizome with dormant/semi-dormant foliage. Foliage may be trimmed.

Height: 1′ – 3′        Blooms: May

Siting: Dry to moist soil, part sun to shade

Provenance: NJ



BONAP 2022 Polygonatum pubescens Native Range Map

Additional information


Quart, Cube, Three inch pot, Quart