Polygonatum biflorum - Great Solomon's-seal
"Solomon's Seal is a rhizomatous, erect or arching herbaceous perennial in the Asparagaceae (Asparagus) family. It does well in hardy zones 3-9. that reaches an average height of 6.5' tall. This plant blooms in late spring on unbranched stems. It is propagated by division of rhizomes. It is commonly planted in woodland gardens and shady, naturalized areas or flower gardens. This plant prefers shade and cool, organically rich, moist soil. It is tolerant of deep shade. It has no serious pest or disease problems.
"P. biflorum (Small Solomon's Seal) grows 3' tall and contains 1-3 flowers per axil. It is more suitable for small gardens." (North Carolina Extension)
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North Carolina Extension description: Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal) | North Carolina Extension Gardener Plant Toolbox. https://plants.ces.ncsu.edu/plants/polygonatum/. Accessed 16 Feb. 2022.
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