Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Soloman's Seal



A wonderful woodland plant, Soloman's Seal flourishes in a shaded country garden. I love the hanging cream and green tinged blooms.

5 comments:

Dave said...

Nice pictures of Solomon's seal! I've always thought it was an interesting plant with its arched stems and the flowers on the underside of the plant. I picked up a few this year at a plant exchange, not all have made it yet but a few will and they will spread.

Nancy J. Bond said...

Beautiful, Chey!

Laura said...

You always post such beautiful pictures!

I planted a Variegated Solomon's Seal at my Mom & Dad's about 12-15 years ago- it is doing beautifully! In fact, I think I need to dig up some to plant at my house!

Zoë said...

I love these too, and your photos are wonderful,they feel the cool and shaded.

Zoë

chey said...

Dave~~Thanks! They are very interesting. This is a mature plant growing at my parents woodland cottage.Hope a few of your plants make it!

Thanks Nancy and Laura~~Sounds like a good idea Laura!

Zoe~~Thanks so much! It was a cool shaded area, and I always try to take pictures without bright sunlight...it's a daylily thing:).