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This elegant shade plant has gently arching stems and dangling creamy bells. Solomon's seal adds height and grace to shaded gardens in spring. It's an easy plant to grow, and will slowly colonize -- even in tough areas where shallow tree roots rob moisture and nutrients. The foliage turns golden in fall.
Fringed bleeding hearts gray green fern leaves and dangling heart-shaped flowers (white is most effective) combine well with taller Solomon's seal in light shade.Lungwort
In shade, the silver-spotted coarse leaves of lungwort make an excellent skirt for Solomon's seal that rises above.Columbine
About as tall as common Solomon's seal, columbines bring color and the same grace to their partnership. They enjoy similar conditions and bloom at the same time.Coralbells
The erect flower stems and robust flowers of Raspberry Regal coral bells combine well in light shade.