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(aka: Polygonatum odoratum A1K-008) This exciting 1997 collection of the recently named Polygonatum infundiflorum is our find from the Taean Peninsula of South Korea...we knew it was different when we saw it, but never expected it to be a new species. The vigorous Polygonatum infundiflorum 'Lemon Seoul' forms a rapidly multiplying clump to 3' wide in 5 years. The 3' tall stalks are clothed with large 6" long x 3" wide, silver-backed, light green leaves and adorned in early May with white, pendent, bell-shaped flowers, three to five at each node, which exude a marvelous, sweet lemon fragrance...especially early in the morning. In fall, the flowers are replaced by large black fruit.