Solomon’s Seal is a native Virginia wildflower that can be found in shady areas. The plant grows 2-3’ tall and forms clumps. White flowers appear in spring and may be followed by blue-black berries, which are mildly toxic. Dwarf and variegated cultivars are available. The plant is perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 3-9.
Garden uses: shade perennial, groundcover, shady borders, woodland gardens.