Solomon’s Seal


mannablewow added on May 16, 2018 | Answered

I recently purchased a Solomon's Seal and have just repotted it. I noticed that after repotting, all the flowers have withered and hardened. What did I do wrong?


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MichiganDot
Answered on May 16, 2018

You probably did nothing wrong. Plants simply do not like to have their roots disturbed which is unavoidable with repotting. On the other hand, Solomon's seal blooms for a brief period and then, if pollinated, forms berries. A developing berry may be what you describe as "hard". Solomon's seal need shade or dappled light coming through overhead trees. It will slowly enlarge to form a nice clump, sending up more stems each year.

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