Solomon's Seal in the spring is a wonder to behold but in the fall it's magnificent, too. As the leaves prepare to fall, they turn a wonderful golden colour. Sun on Solomon's Seal in the fall shouldn't be missed.
Solomon's Seal does really well in dry shade -- one of the few plants you can use to liven up a dull and shady corner. Because it is a native plant, it's not choosy about the soil quality nor the planter's expertise. Plunk it into the ground, and it will grow.
In Spring, before the leaves are out, the growing points of Solomon's
Seal peek out of the ground. That's the time to divide the clump
and give some Solomon's Seal to your neighbours or spread it around to other parts of your yard.
Bees love the flowers that Solomon's Seal produces in the spring. Bumble bees especially like the fragrant bells that hang from each branch.
So there you have it -- a plant for dry shade that is pretty in spring and fall and stands up nicely for most of the summer. A winner, I'd say.