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Kentucky Color - False Solomon's Seal

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By Billy Joe Fudge, President, Homeplace on Green River

There is an old proverb which should make False Solomon's Seal feel a bit better: "The name of a thing does not matter as much as the quality of the thing."

I can honestly say that I agree completely, but I can't imagine being saddled with the name "false."

I dug one False Solomonís Seal about 20 years ago on Jabez Ridge, brought it home and now I have several growing Ďneath the Loblolly canopy behind our house. - Billy Joe Fudge




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Kentucky Color - False Solomon's Seal



2018-05-20 - Green Hills, Columbia, Adair County, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, President, Homeplace on Green River.
There is an old proverb which should make False Solomon's Seal feel a bit better: "The name of a thing does not matter as much as the quality of the thing." I can honestly say that I agree completely but I canít imagine being saddled with the name "false." I dug one False Solomon's Seal about 20 years ago on Jabez Ridge, brought it home and now I have several growing 'neath the Loblolly canopy behind our house. - Billy Joe Fudge

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