Distinctive, arching stem with leaves spreading
to either side. Small white bell-like flowers with green
stripes hang in clusters of 2-4 along the stem. Blooms mid
to late spring. Fruit a dark blue berry in the fall.
Attractive plant of shady woods. Common in
the woods on the western slope of the park.
Can be confused with false Solomon's seal and
great Solomon's seal when it has only leaves.
False Solomon's seal has
paired leaves, and flowers in a cluster at the end of the stem.