False Solomon’s Seal
Smilacina Racemosa or Maianthemum Racemosum
This plant is also known as Solomon’s Plume. It is most often found in moist, rich woodlands and woodland edges, but can tolerate full sun. Its blooms will grow larger with more light. A cluster of star-shaped white flowers appear mid-late Spring and are pollinated by small bees and beetles. Attractive red berries, sometimes striped brown or purple, will follow for fall interest in your garden, and food for some birds and small mammals who will help distribute the seed.