Polygonatum multiflorum (Common Solomon's Seal)
Graceful, unbranched stems neatly arranged with alternate, oval leaves on one side and clusters of small, pendulous, tubular white flowers on the other. Variegated leaves with dark and pale green streaks and narrow white margins.
Variegated Solomon's Seal
Rich green leaves narrowly edged in white, and reddish-colored stems will help to brighten shady beds, borders, and woodland gardens and will complement adjacent trees and shrubs. Arching, unbranched stems emerge from the soil forming a small clump. Lovely white bell-shaped flowers drip from the stems in spring. An herbaceous perennial.