Solomons Seal


3 – 9


1 – 2 feet


part shade

By: Meriel Bradley

Native to North America, Solomons Seal is a beautifully elegant woodland plant with its arching stems and dangling flowers that line up on the underside.

With its spreading and clumping habit, it makes for a lovely groundcover in shady spots. 

Watch for the first shoots to appear in early spring, growing from its rhizomes that have overwintered under the soil.

Quick Facts

Grows best in partial shade

Blooms mid-spring to early summer

Grows slowly but will spread with underground rhizomes to create a good clumping tall ground cover

Grows 1 Р2 feet tall 

Hardy zones 3 – 9

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