Zones: 3 to 9
Spread: 24″ to 30″
Bloom Time: Spring / Summer
Soloman’s seal is a shade garden classic. And this variegated variety won the Perennial Plant Association’s 2013 plant of the year award.
It has curving individual red branches from which dangle aromatic white bell-like flowers.
The white trimmed leaves stand out among surrounding shade lovers.
In the fall, the flowers turn into dark blue berries that stand out against gorgeous yellow, autumn-colored leaves.
It is a native plant that is not fussy and is easy to grow.