Distinctive, arching stem with leaves
spreading to either side. Small white flowers in a cluster
at the end of the stem. Blooms mid to late spring.
Fruit a red- speckled berry in the fall.
Attractive plant of shady woods. Common in
the woods on the western slope of the park.
Can be confused with the
smooth Solomon's seal
when it has only leaves, but smooth Solomon's seals has flowers
and fruits that dangle below the stem between the leaves.