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True Solomon’s seal rhizomes with Phytosanitary certification and Passport, grown by supplier

True Solomon’s seal rhizomes with Phytosanitary certification and Passport, grown by supplier

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This plant looks stunning in a big terrarium with its branches hanging down from a living wall. The rhizomes are easy to attach. When you’re planning a garden in the shade, Solomon’s seal plant is a must-have.

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The scars on the rhizome where the plant grows the year's presedent look like the sixth seal of King Solomon, hence the name.

True Solomon’s seals were recently moved to the Asparagaceae family, according to Solomon’s seal info.

True Solomon’s seal plant reaches 12 inches (31 cm.) to several feet (1 m.) in height, blooming in April through June. White bell-shaped blossoms dangle below attractive, arching stems.
Flowers become bluish black berries in late summer.
The attractive, ribbed foliage turns a golden yellow color in autumn.
False Solomon’s seal has similar, opposite leaves, but flowers on the end of the stem in a cluster.
False Solomon’s seal growing info says the berries of this plant are a ruby red color.
The green leaved specimen and False Solomon’s seal are native to the United States, while variegated types are native to Europe, Asia, and the United States.

How to Plant a Solomon’s Seal
Solomon’s seal grows in wooded areas of USDA Hardiness Zones 3 through 7.
Learning how to plant Solomon’s seal simply requires burying a few of the rhizomes in a shaded area, leaving plenty of room for them to spread when initially planting.
These plants prefer moist, well draining soil that is rich, but are drought tolerant and can take some sun without wilting.

Solomon’s seal requires watering until the plant is established.

Caring for a Solomon’s seal is relatively easy. Keep the soil consistently moist. There are no serious insect or disease issues with this plant.
You’ll find them multiplying by rhizomes in the garden. Divide as needed and move them to other shady areas as they outgrow their space or share with friends.


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