Wooden Surface

Polygonatum biflorum (King Solomon's-seal)

This unique plant thrives in shade to part shade woodland settings but is quite versatile. The light green foliage and "pendulous" stems with bell-shaped flowers make a great sustitute for the non-native hosta. The autumn fruits will attract birds and the flowers attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and more.


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Polygonatum biflorum (King Solomon's-seal)

  • details

    size:   2.5 quart pot 
    type: herbaceous perennial
    sun needs: shade to part shade (can take full sun but doesn't thrive there)
    water needs: average
    height: 2-3'
    plant spacing: 1 per sq foot
    bloom time: April, May, June
    bloom color: cream
  • good plant companions

    Wild columbine, wild leek, wild ginger, maindenhair fern, foamflower

  • special notes

    deer resistant (please note that does not mean deer proof)