False Solomon’s seal is a native woodland plant
Easy to distinguish from Solomon's seal by where the flowers are produced on the plants.
In late spring and early summer feathery masses of small white to pale yellow, fragrant flowers are produced in flat panicles at the ends of the stems. The flowers are pollinated by small bees, flies, and beetles. The flowers are very different from the bell-shaped flowers of Solomon’s seal that hang from each node on the stem.
Native Americans used the root and leaves medicinally and ate the young shoots and processed roots.
False Solomon's Seal
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