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Polygonatum odoratum 'Double Stuff' is one of four different wide-edged forms of the durable Solomon's seal, Polygonatum odoratum var. pluriflorum, that are entering the market. Polygonatum 'Double Stuff' was discovered by Pennsylvania's Bill Lamack in 1997, but only introduced commercially in 2011. Each 18" tall red stalk is adorned with white edged leaves whose margins are nearly double that of the typical Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum'. The clumps are embellished with dangling, small white bell-shaped flowers in April (NC). Polygonatum 'Double Stuff' is much slower growing than its parent due to the reduced amount of chlorophyll in the leaves.
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