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Polygonatum × hybridum


Garden Solomon’s Seal

USDA Zone: 2-9

Plant number: 1.438.020


The graceful, arching stems of Solomon's Seal add an exotic touch to the shade garden and are often described as being architectural. This heirloom selection has green leaves and clusters of dangling white bell flowers in late spring, followed by a crop of blue-black berries in the fall. Excellent for cutting. Beautiful in the woodland garden, combining well with ferns and Hosta of all kinds. Plants are a little slow to establish, but clumps are long-lived and carefree. May be divided in early fall, once clumps are large enough. Usually turns bright golden-yellow in October for a brief but glorious finish to the season. Nomenclature for Polygonatum has been terribly mixed-up over the years, and this form is often listed incorrectly as P. multiflorum. CAUTION: Harmful if eaten.

Further details for
Polygonatum × hybridum

Optimal Growing Conditions

Sun Exposure
  Partial Shade or
  Full Shade
Soil Type
  Normal or
  Sandy or
  Clay
Soil pH
  Neutral or
  Alkaline or
  Acid
Soil Moisture
  Average or
  Dry or
  Moist
Care Level
  Easy
Appearance and Characteristics

Flower Colour
  White
Blooming Time
  Early Summer
  Late Spring
Foliage Color
  Deep Green
Plant Uses & Characteristics
  Accent: Good Texture/Form
  Border
  Containers
  Cut Flower
  Deer Resistant
  Rabbit Resistant
  Massed
  Poisonous/Toxic
  Woodland
Flower Head Size
  Small
Height
   60-70 cm
   23-27 inches
Spread
   60-75 cm
   23-29 inches
Foot Traffic
   None

Growth Rate
   Medium
Disclaimer: This information is presented for reference only. This plant is not currently part of our Heritage Perennials lineup.













Polygonatum × hybridum


Garden Solomon’s Seal

USDA Zone: 2-9

Plant number: 1.438.020


The graceful, arching stems of Solomon's Seal add an exotic touch to the shade garden and are often described as being architectural. This heirloom selection has green leaves and clusters of dangling white bell flowers in late spring, followed by a crop of blue-black berries in the fall. Excellent for cutting. Beautiful in the woodland garden, combining well with ferns and Hosta of all kinds. Plants are a little slow to establish, but clumps are long-lived and carefree. May be divided in early fall, once clumps are large enough. Usually turns bright golden-yellow in October for a brief but glorious finish to the season. Nomenclature for Polygonatum has been terribly mixed-up over the years, and this form is often listed incorrectly as P. multiflorum. CAUTION: Harmful if eaten.

Further details for
Polygonatum × hybridum

Optimal Growing Conditions

Sun Exposure
  Partial Shade or
  Full Shade
Soil Type
  Normal or
  Sandy or
  Clay
Soil pH
  Neutral or
  Alkaline or
  Acid
Soil Moisture
  Average or
  Dry or
  Moist
Care Level
  Easy
Appearance and Characteristics

Flower Colour
  White
Blooming Time
  Early Summer
  Late Spring
Foliage Color
  Deep Green
Plant Uses & Characteristics
  Accent: Good Texture/Form
  Border
  Containers
  Cut Flower
  Deer Resistant
  Rabbit Resistant
  Massed
  Poisonous/Toxic
  Woodland
Flower Head Size
  Small
Height
   60-70 cm
   23-27 inches
Spread
   60-75 cm
   23-29 inches
Foot Traffic
   None

Growth Rate
   Medium
Disclaimer: This information is presented for reference only. This plant is not currently part of our Heritage Perennials lineup.