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Polygonatum 'commutatum giganteum'

$4.99

Common name: King Solomon's Seal, Giant Solomon's seal  The graceful, arching stems of Solomon’s Seal add an exotic touch to the shade garden and are often described as being architectural. This species tall stems 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.  Do not consume any parts of Polygonatum Size: #1 Bare root/Rhizome Height: 36.-48." Spread: 24.-36." Hardy zone: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 Sunlight: Partial Shade - Full Shade Attributes: Deer...

Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum'

$12.99

Common name: Solomon's Seal Polygonatum odor. variegatum 'Variegated Solomon's seal',  with its graceful arching stems, adds an exotic, architectural touch to shady landscapes. It develops pink new shoots, pink to burgundy-colored stems, and alternate lance-shaped green leaves edged with a creamy ivory coloration. Creamy white bell-shaped flowers appear in the late spring and dangle beneath the variegated leaves. The sweet perfume-like fragrance is somewhat between the scent of lilies and hyacinths and is strongest on warm, calm evenings. Polygonatum forms gradually expanding patches of attractive 2-foot-tall upright to arching stems. They are a little slow to establish in the landscape,...

Polygonatum odoratum 'Ruby Slippers'

$14.99

Common name: Solomon's Seal  This true performer gets its name, 'Ruby Slippers', from the bright red, upright and slightly arching stems that are red from base to tip. Solid deep green leaves have silvery undersides. The plants are produced in colonies and will spread in the garden. This is definitely a tough plant for shade. Like the species, white flowers are produced in late spring below the stem, rather than on top. At the leaf axils, blue berries follow and are held on the plant until late fall. Of Japanese origin.  Do not consume any parts of Polygonatum Size: #1 Bare root/Rhizome Height: 21.0"...

 

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