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Great Solomon’s seal

Polygonatum biflorum

Great Solomon’s Seal has long, arching stems that dangle cream-colored flowers in early spring. It spreads slowly by rhizomes in optimal conditions. Large purple seeds and golden leaves add interest in fall.  Great Solomon’s seal can grow in full sun if provided adequate and consistent moisture but does best in part to full shade in average, humus-rich soil. 

Photo Credit: Eric Hunt, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Bloom Color: Cream

Bloom Time: Early Summer

Light: Full Shade, Part Sun

Moisture Needs: Average

Size: 12- 36 in

Soil: Humus-Rich

Value: Native

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