Dwarf Solomon’s Seal
Polygonatum humile is a spreading rhizomatous perennial native to eastern Europe and western Asia. Plants have ovate-shaped leaves arranged alternately on the short stems growing 4 to 6 inches tall. The white-cream flowers are hanging, and tubular - like little bells produced from the leaf axils. If you have more than one clone, plants may produce round bluish-black fruit. Plants do best in open shade with moist, but well-drained, organic soils. Grow in a shady border, rock garden, or woodland, this species spreads very readily to form dense spreading clumps.
Attractive ground cover for a woodland garden, combining well with small ferns and small Hosta.
Bare root clump (5+ stems)