Polygonatum odoratum 'Pruhonice'
Angular Solomon's seal
Purple stems with a sheen to the leaves. Pendulous flowers of white which hang from the leaf nodes, during late spring. Good for dappled shade. A form named after a village in the Czech Republic. Sometimes known as Polygonatum falcatum 'Pruhonitz'. Harmful if eaten.
|Aspect||Sun or part shade|
|Flower Colour||White | Green|
|Flowering Period||May | Jun|
|Soil||Rich and fertile|
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