plant ID

starfyre(z8 wa)May 10, 2006

I posted this in the wildlife forum but possibly the gardeners here will have a better idea with this one. I'm pretty sure it is variegated solomons seal but I found it growing on our new property in the top soil we had trucked in last fall. There were a couple of these but I could only saved one before the heavy equipment came in to grade the place. It has a tuber type root, and right now is about a foot tall...


Any ideas?

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brenda_near_eno(Z7a)

yep, that's what it is.

    Bookmark   May 11, 2006 at 5:52AM
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kwoods(Cold z7 Long Is)

No worries, soon you will have many ;o)

Polygonatum odoratum

    Bookmark   May 11, 2006 at 11:02AM
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starfyre(z8 wa)

LOL - are you saying they will multiply? I have a brand new woodland garden I will be putting in soon and I have this one lone SS and a couple of bleeding hearts and ferns and hostas... So something that will spread itself is a very very good thing! I'm goign back to the place today to see if there's any more peekign up some where. I may even dig up the ones that got squished and see if I can save the root at all....

    Bookmark   May 11, 2006 at 1:54PM
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