Plant: arching perennial to 6'
Origin: Eastern North American woodlands and savannas
Zone: 4 - 9
Flowers: greenish white bells dangling from leaf axils. Dark blue berries are formed in late summer.
Foliage: shiny, simple leaves with prominent parallel veins
Culture: sunny location in moist soil for best growth. Tolerates part shade and heavy soil. Named for scars on rhizomes that resemble King Solomon's seal.