Varigated flowering perennial
I hope these pictures load... what I have is a plant which I bought at a nursery several years ago. It didn't do so well for years, but this year has come back beautifully. The only problem is I cannot remember what it is. It's about a foot high right now, and has tiny white flowers on the underside of the stem. I love it, but need to know how to care for it now that it's established. Thanks!
Looks like Polygonatum odoratum variegatum. Common name variegated Solomons seal.
Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum' - VARIEGATED SOLOMON'S SEAL - Rainyside.com
Thank you for a quick and descriptive identification! Mine gets a couple hours of morning sun, which might explain why it has taken so long to finally start to spread. I'll divide some in the fall and pick a shadier spot in which to place them.
Last edited by Doopy; 04-18-2010 at 12:39 PM.