Variegated Solomon’s Seal
Polygonatum odoratum var. pluriflorum ‘Variegatum’ (P-1711)
Imparting a classic woodland look wherever it’s planted, Solomon Seal’s native haunts stretch from Europe to Asia. Low arching prominently angled stems display broad, bright green ovate leaves, each distinguished by irregular creamy white margins, parallel veins and a stiff upright stance. A dramatic counterpoint to the exquisite foliage, pendent, pure white tubular bells are lily-scented and poised in axillary pairs.
Slowly creeping shallow rhizomes prefer moisture retentive humus-rich niches, though they adapt to just about any site except hot, dry ones.
Blooms April – May.
Size: 18" – 2' 0" high x 12" – 18" wide.