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Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum'
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, but the clumps are generally long-lived and easy to maintain. It grows best is in shady locations with moist soil environments. Polygonatum makes a beautiful addition to shady woodland gardens and an excellent companion to landscapes containing ferns, hostas, and other shade perennials. With its eclectic, variegated foliage, ‘Variegatum’ makes a great contribution to flower arrangements.
Do not consume any parts of Polygonatum
Size: 1-2 eye Bare root/Rhizome
Hardy zone: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
Sunlight: Partial Shade - Full Shade
Brand Hong Quat Packging
Calo 36 Calo