British Columbia Outdoor Wilderness Guide
Solomons Seal is a 30-100 cm. tall perennial often
found in bunches. It is the only lily to have the
distinctive large clusters of tiny white flowers.
False Solomons Seal leaves are long and broad,
coming to point
found in 2 rows along the stem
noticeable veins running the length of the leaf
Flowers on the False Solomons Seal are tiny
found in a large cone at the top of the stem
round, red berries
False Solomons Seal are found in low to subalpine
widespread in wet forests and clearings
when young, False Solomons Seal can easily be
mistaken for the poisonous Indian hellebore.