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Solomon's Seal Overview
Polygonatum multiflorum is rhizomatous perennial in the Asparagaceae family. It produces arching stems up to 90cm in height and bright-green, elliptic leaves. In early summer, white, bell-shaped flowers with green tips and a double structure appear, they are suspended beneath the leaves. The typical spread of this species is 25cm, it is popular in cultivation as a colonising plant, well suited to shady, woodland environments. This plant is one of three native species to the UK, with the others being Polygonatum odoratum and Polygonatum verticillatum.
Common problems with Solomon's Seal
How to propagate Solomon's Seal
You can propagate from seeds.
Division of the rhizomes in spring or autumn.
Special features of Solomon's Seal
Other uses of Solomon's Seal