Polygonatum Multiflorum (Solomon’s Seal)

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Convallaria Multiflora (Solomon's seal) The stem of this plant is smooth from one to four feet high, and growing from a perennial root.  The leaves are alternate, lanceolate, smooth, and glossy above, paler and pubescent beneath; flowers greenish-white, and fruit a dark-blue or blackish berry.  There is another variety, the Convallaria Racemosa, the root of which possesses similar qualities to that of Solomon’s Seal.


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