Polygonatum canaliculatum (Solomon's Seal) Wildflower Seeds
Polygonatum canaliculatum (Solomon's Seal) Wildflower Seeds1
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Origin: US Native Wildflower
Other Common Names: Great Solomon's Seal, Smooth Solomon's Seal
Bloom Time: Spring
Height: 36 in to 48 in
Spacing: 15 in to 18 in
Light: Full Sun to Woodland
Soil Moisture: Medium
USDA Zone: 3a-9b
Germination: Fall plant or cold stratify at 40F for 2 to 3 months, then move to 70F. Some seeds may take two seasons to sprout.
Seeds Per Oz: 1300
Bell-shaped, greenish-white flowers dangle from the arching stems of this Spring-blooming perennial. Attractive, blue-violet, inedible berries eventually replace these blooms. While delicately beautiful, many do not consider the flowers showy, rather growing this shade-loving wildflower for it's striking foliage. This species draws animals of many kinds! Ruby throated hummingbirds and long-tongued bees suck nectar from the tubular flowers, while Prairie Chickens and other various birds enjoy the berries. White-Tailed Deer are quite fond of the foliage, therefore woodland planting can be a challenge to establish. Otherwise easy to grow, this wildflower is a beautiful addition to your hosta beds, and shady garden nooks!
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Featured positive reviews:
These are beautiful in shade garden. My Grandmother had thes in her shade garden 75 years ago. Easy to grow and pleasing to the eye.