Polygonatum biflorum
Polygonatum biflorum
Solomon's Seal
Arching single stems feature pairs of dangling clusters of white bell-shaped blossoms borne at the leaf axils in Spring. Blooms become black berries in late summer. An excellent companion for ferns, hostas, and hellebores. (Perennial)
Bloom time Size Exposure
Spring
Late Spring
2-4' tall x 2-3' wide Part Shade Shade 
Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,9
zone map Cold Hardy to -40° to -30°F
Deer Resistant Deer ResistantFabulous Foliage Fabulous Foliage
Fragrant FragrantGood for Cut Flowers Good for Cut Flowers
Interesting Fruit,Berries,Seeds or Bark Interesting Fruit,Berries,Seeds or BarkMay Naturalize May Naturalize
Potentially Toxic Potentially ToxicTolerates moist soil Tolerates moist soil