Polygonatum verticillatum

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Whorled Solomon's-seal
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Polygonatum verticillatum
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Monocots
Order: Asparagales
Family: Asparagaceae
Subfamily: Nolinoideae
Genus: Polygonatum
Species: P. verticillatum
Binomial name
Polygonatum verticillatum
(L.) All.
Synonyms[1]
  • Campydorum verticillatum (L.) Salisb. nom. inval.
  • Convallaria leptophylla D.Don
  • Convallaria stellifolia Peterm.
  • Convallaria verticillata L.
  • Evallaria verticillata (L.) Neck. nom. inval.
  • Polygonatum angustifolium Bubani nom. illeg.
  • Polygonatum erythrocarpum Hua
  • Polygonatum jacquemontianum Kunth
  • Polygonatum kansuense Maxim. ex Batalin
  • Polygonatum leptophyllum (D.Don) Royle
  • Polygonatum macrophyllum Sweet
  • Polygonatum minutiflorum H.Lèv.
  • Polygonatum roseum Hook. nom. illeg.
  • Sigillum verticillatum (L.) Montandon
  • Troxilanthes angustifolia Raf.

Polygonatum verticillatum or Whorled Solomon's-seal is a plant species of the genus Polygonatum. It is widespread in Europe and also in China and the Himalayas though not reported from large sections of western and Central Asia in between those two ranges.[1][2][3]

Terminal part of rhizome of Polygonatum verticillatum with current year's above-ground stem (III) and scars from previous years' stems (II and I). From (Warming 1884)

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