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Garden Solomons seal

Polygonatum x hybridum

Description:
Polygonatum x hybridum
Image © A Woods 2004
Facts:

This plant originated in cultivation, it is a hybrid of 2 native species; Solomons Seal and Scented Solomons Seal. It is a very common garden plant that has been recorded in the wild since 1867. Widespread in shady areas and often confused with its parent species which is less common and mostly restricted to ancient woodland.

Introduced:

1867
Origin:
Cultivated hybrid between two native species
Location:
Widespread in shady areas
Status:
Stable
Problems:
Comments:
None known