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First saw this Polygonatum in the Botanical Gardens in Montreal in August. The plant was in full fruit and that is what took my breath away. Never seen such multiple fruit on this type of Polygonatum and the charcoal gray/black color is unique and striking. I would pair it with the bronze fruit in the fall of Polygonatum racemosa.