3 thoughts on “Native Plant Love: False Solomon’s Seal

  1. Angelyn says:

    Thank you for giving credit for the photographs and for linking to the original blog post. Not many people have the courtesy to do this and I appreciate your having done so.

    • Lisa Richardson says:

      Angelyn, Your blog is an amazing resource. We hoped to direct people there through the link. Thanks for your efforts and lovely photography.

  2. Glenn says:

    I am always looking for and researching edible wild plants. I have developed a good size group of false solomon’s seal in my backyard. According to your information I should have grown soloman seal, not the false. It is a beautiful showy plant, but not safely edible. Thank you for the information.

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