Every spring, it's one of a handful of flowers I just can't get enough of.
- Polygonatum or commonly know as Solomon's Seal -
It's delicately scented blooms are almost secretive if you aren't looking for them.
Growing on the under side of an arching main stem, these little white droplets start off as drips of soft white buds. As they bloom, the green tips flair open, creating a bell like shape.
And another... because I can't edit.
Ostrich ferns, japanese painted ferns and heucheras are mixed in this dappled shade bed.