The gracefully arching stems of Great Solomon’s Seal lend a strong architectural element to the prairie garden or meadow.The subtle, cream-colored flowers appear in May and June. In autumn, it’s deep purple berries put on a real show.The attractive foliage turns a striking gold in fall and is reason enough to plant this long-lived denizen of prairies and open woodlands. Grows between two and four feet tall on any well-drained soil, from rich sand to loam and clay. Spreading slowly by rhizomes, it will form nice patches. Seeds are “double dormant” and often require two years after planting to germinate.Well worth the wait! Hardy to Zones 3 - 9.