Smilacina bifolia (false Solomon's-seal), 1857, and Chesuncook woods, 1853. From Wordnik.com. [The Maine Woods] Reference
On the opener spots beneath the trees the ground is covered to a depth of two or three feet with mosses of indescribable freshness and beauty, a few dwarf conifers often planted on their rich furred bosses, together with pyrola, coptis, and Solomon's-seal. From Wordnik.com. [Travels in Alaska] Reference
Trees, tall and delicate, in early June foliage, grew closely on the hillside; the grass of the open glades was thick with wild Solomon's-seal, and fragile clusters of wild columbine grew in the niches and crannies of the rocks, their pale-red chalices filled with fantastically fretted gold. From Wordnik.com. [A Fountain Sealed] Reference
King Solomon's-seal, Small Solomon's Seal, Lady's Seals. From Wordnik.com. [Find Me A Cure] Reference
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