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Polygonatum

Solomon's Seals relatives with lots of variety for shadey places, even qutie dry for some of them. Addictive if you like subtle green and brown plants with a bit of pink!

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Polygonatum aff. verticillatum CLD1308

Polygonatum aff. verticillatum CLD1308£5.00

Upright red stippled stems with narrow, yellowish green, leaflets in whorls and clumps of straw-yellow flowers with green tips and red markings. Each leaf is equipped with a tendril on its tip.


Polygonatum curvistylum

Polygonatum curvistylum£4.00

A rarely seen species with purple flushed narrow leaves on reddish speckled stems with pretty little rich pink flowers in early summer. Late to emerge in spring so don't panic that it's gone! Good, leafy soil in shade, not too dry. 45cm.


Polygonatum hookeri

Polygonatum hookeri£3.50

A very dwarf form often growing to no more than 10cm. Leafy stems are topped with mid-pink, funnel-shaped flowers in spring. Sheltered, leafy soil in part shade.

 

Polygonatum humile

Polygonatum humile£3.50

A dwarf species with fresh green foliage and pendent white flowers with green tips in spring followed by black berries. 20cm. Good, leafy soil in shade.


Polygonatum maximowiczii

Polygonatum maximowiczii£4.00

A robust species close to the common P. odoratum this produces strong arching stems to 90cm dripping with relatively large white bells with jade-green tips in late spring. Good soil in shade.


Polygonatum multiflorum£4.00

The classic "solomons seal". Tall arching stems with generous green-white bells in late spring. Best in decent soil in shade. 75cm.

 

Polygonatum odoratum var. pluriflorum 'Variegatum'

Polygonatum odoratum var. pluriflorum 'Variegatum'£4.00

A low growing form with cream striped leaves and typical white flowers. 35cm. Good, woodland soil in shade. Deciduous.


Polygonatum roseum

Polygonatum roseum£4.00

Slow and low growing this species has narrow leaves on short stems to 15cm topped with clusters of narrow sugar-pink bells in spring. Good woodsy soil in shade.

 

Polygonatum sp.

Polygonatum sp.£5.00

Obtained as P. commutatum, which is P. biflorum but this is NOT that! Pretty jade-green bells hang in clusters from arching stems to about 70cm. Good, woodland soil in shade.

 

Polygonatum stewartianum

Polygonatum stewartianum£4.00

A rare woodlander with whorls of green foliage on stems to 45cm. Creamy flowers are followed by red fruits. Good soil in shade.


Polygonatum verticillatum 'Rubrum'

Polygonatum verticillatum 'Rubrum'£3.50

Whorls of narrow leaves on slender stems to about 60cm. Smallish green bell-like flowers in late spring. The flowers and stems are often spotted reddish purple and the foliage has a purple flush when young. Late to emerge. Good, woodland soil in shade.


Polygonatum verticillatum tall form

Polygonatum verticillatum tall form£6.00

A distinctly taller form of this narrow leafed species making upright stems to as much as 2.1m in good soil in shade. Masses of tawny flowers from the higher leaf axils in early summer. Hardy.

 

Polygonatum x hybridum 'Betburg'

Polygonatum x hybridum 'Betburg'£6.00

A desirable form with strong purple flushed new growth which sets off the clean white flowers nicely. A good grower for good soil in shade. 60cm.


Polygonatum x hybridum 'Striatum'

Polygonatum x hybridum 'Striatum'£3.50

Cream striped foliage and typical green tinted white bells in spring. Good woodsy soil in shade. 40cm. Deciduous.

 

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