I have seen the Great Solomon Seal in several places and always it seemed to
be where it was planted. One place I remember was along a camp road in the
Bangor area near Pushaw Lake and another was last year in a city forest in
Portland near the edge of the forest area and where at one time a home might
have existed as there were other things like lily of the valley, etc. But,
it is always nice to see different things.
See you at JBS. Barbara
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Subject: re Great Solomon Seal
Great Solomon Seal, Polygonatum canaliculatum doesn't appear in
Flora of Maine... I am assuming that means it's not native to Maine or
it's name has changed?
I have found some growing near an old cemetery, so I am guessing
it may have been brought there and planted years ago?
Patricia A. Smith
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