False Soloman's Seal (maianthemum racemosum)
False Solomans Seal (maianthemum racemosum) prefers partial shade and rich, moist soils. The hillsides of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are suitable habitat for this plant. Parts of the False Solomans Seal plant were reportedly used by Native Americans as food, and also medicine, as a laxative and cough suppressant.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox
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