Solomon’s Seal was a wildflower, but I love it and I took bunches of it from the woods and planted them along the other side of my driveway. They still grow wild, but I have moved them from deep shade to partial sun and there are many more of them now. Still growing along the edge of the woods, but where I can easily see them. When they bloom, I know spring is definitely in the air.
Solomon’s Seal is edible and can be ground into a meal and cooked. Variations of it grow on every continent except Australia and New Zealand and they look very similar to one another. I hope they bring the spring in other countries too.