The whole Genus is stunning and worth collecting from the commonest old fashioned Solomon’s Seal to the rarest. Most are fairly hardy and require little more than a bit of shade and some winter, spring moisture to get things going.
The form I am waxing lyrical about today is a fine example with its arching stems to 50cms. tall supporting its classical green and white bell flowers. The edges of the leaves are subtly edged with cream which shouldn’t frighten even the most avid variegation hater and three stems in a vase will make you an instant floral artiste!