This unusual type of Soloman’s Seal grows to around 1 metre in height, producing erect stems with slender leaves arranged in whorls at intervals along the stems. A very graceful plant with a soft texture.
For best results, plant in light or dappled shade in slightly moist soil. Soloman’s Seals tend to have a bad reputation for damage caused by slugs and caterpillars, however, this species does not seem to suffer such problems.
Growth emerges in the spring from chunky rhizomes.
Flowering sized rhizomes offered.