Polygonatum humile - DWARF SOLOMON'S SEAL

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Small version of Solomon's Seal, with only 6-9" height and 12-16" width. Native to Japan, Korea, China and eastern Siberia.

Slow grower with somewhat groundcovering growth. White-greenish flowers in May-June.

Half shade, dappled shade or shade, with average soil with some organic matter or leaf compost, average moisture to medium-moist soils.

Tolerates black walnut.

Hardy in zones 4 to 8.

Deer and rabbit resistant (even some sources say that deer can graze on stems).

For it's size has to be planted in the front of shade garden,woodland garde, close to path or in shade parts of rock garden.

Combine with smaller Hosta, Epimedium, Primula, Polemonium, native woodland perennials end ephemerals like Iris cristata, Trillium, grasses like Carex, Luzula or smaller ferns.

Pot size : square 3.5" x 4" deep perennial pot

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