Joined: 01 Jan 2003
Location: Sand Bay
Sat Feb 06, 2010 7:47 am
The short answer is no.
The long answer is that it is very much like solomon seal, but twisted stalk flowers have tepals that are not fused together. They spread apart. So, what is a tepal? When the petals and the sepals look alike they call them tepals. Lily's are a good example of tepals. Solomon seal and twisted stalk are in the lily family.
This particular twisted stalk is Streptopus roseus
Source: Michigan Flora by Ed Voss and help from Ellen Weatherbee
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