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ANGULAR SOLOMON’S SEAL Polygonatum odoratum (Liliaceae) Height to 50cm. Creeping perennial with angled, arching stems. Grows on rocky ground, mainly on limestone, sometimes in limestone pavements. FLOWERS are bell-shaped, not waisted, and white; in clusters of 1-2, arising from leaf axils (May-Jun). FRUITS are blackish berries. LEAVES are ovate and alternate. STATUS-Local, mainly in N and NW England.
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ANGULAR SOLOMON’S SEAL Polygonatum odoratum (Liliaceae) Height to 50cm. Creeping perennial with angled, arching stems. Grows on rocky ground, mainly on limestone, sometimes in limestone pavements. FLOWERS are bell-shaped, not waisted, and white; in clusters of 1-2, arising from leaf axils (May-Jun). FRUITS are blackish berries. LEAVES are ovate and alternate. STATUS-Local, mainly in N and NW England.

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Date: 5 Jun 2008
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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