Solomon's Seal. Polygonatum biflorum. z3-9. The plants generally emerge in late March to early April and immediately begin flowering. They have an unusual plant texture with their arching stems and dangling white flowers. Solomon’s-seals are easy to grow, and with their spreading rhizomes, they will form small colonies by year’s end. Solomon’s-seals prefer shaded to partially shaded landscape. Grows 1-3′ tall and produces small, round blue fruits during the late summer. These fruits are a favorite of songbirds.
1 plant for $5.95 or
3 plants for $14.85 is $4.95 each or
10 plants for $39.50 is $3.95 each or
25 plants for $73.75 is $2.95 each
Herbaceous perennials die back after their season, then grow back again every year for multiple years. Most of our herbaceous perennials do best in shady areas, as they have evolved as forest understory plants. Our herbaceous perennials are all straight species, and not cultivated varieties.