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False Solomon's Seal (Smilacina racemosa)

What makes a False Solomon's Seal, false, is the placement and shape of its flowers. Like the Solomon's Seal, there exists the same arching stems and leaves much the same. The flowers, which present in a feathery, creamy-white mass of flowers, a pear shape cluster of tiny little flowers, are at the tip of the stem; this is what visually distinguishes it from the true Solomon's Seal.

An image of the False Solomon's Seal
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Peter Landry

(2011)