Whorled Solomon's-Seal Overview
Polygonatum verticillatum is a herbaceous perennial plant commonly known as Whorled Solomon's-Seal, it first appears in early spring, producing columns of upright stems up to a metre tall, with whorls of narrow and pointed leaves along their length. In spring, clusters of dangling, green-tipped, cream-white, bell-shaped flowers that persist throughout spring and into the summer. Leading onto red berries. This plant is well suited to woodland conditions and thrives in a cool shady environment, perfect for brightening up a darker corner of your garden. This plant holds interest even after the flowers have gone with their interesting arching architecture and glossy green foliage. This plant is one of three native species to the UK, with the others being P. multiflorum and P. odoratum.