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!
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.
Add to Basket 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.
Add to Basket 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.
Add to Basket 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.
Add to Basket 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.
Add to Basket 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.
Add to Basket 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.
Add to Basket 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 £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.
Add to Basket 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.
Add to Basket 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' £3.50
Cream striped foliage and typical green tinted white bells in spring. Good woodsy soil in shade. 40cm. Deciduous.
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