Green Giant Solomon's Seal. This shade perennial Solomon's Seal may remain evergreen in its lower realms, and it will reach a height of 4'+ with clusters of small white flowers at the terminus of each branch. These will be followed in the winter with black berries which may persist to spring. For the tidiest appearance, it is best to cut it to the ground in late winter so all of the quickly emerging new growth can be displayed without interference from last years spent stems. It prefers uniform moisture in the shade garden with some organic matter in the soil. This plant was first introduced by Dan Hinkley of Heronswood Nursery in 2005 which he found in the Sichuan Province of China.