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propagating perennials: Smilacina racemosa-False Solomon’s Seal
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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Smilacina racemosa-False Solomon’s Seal

Propagating Smilacina or False Solomon’s Seal can either be transplanted in the spring or fall by locating well rooted rhizome leaders that spread out from the parent plant. It blooms are white and make a show in June/July which are also fragrant. The plant is deer resistant and prefers a moist well drained woodland environment, partial to full shade. Red berries appear in the summer and stay until fall and reaches a height of 24"-36", is a native of North America, and is deciduous.

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