Polygonatum odoratum var. plurifolium is
a 30-60cm tall perennial herb in grasslands, fields, and mountains.
Its stems are with ridges, and the upper half curve like a bow.
Leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis, 5-10cm long,2-5cm wide, in a
long-oblong to narrow long-oblong, with almost no petioles, surfaces
generally tingeing white powder. Axils droop 1-2 white tubular
flowers downward. Flowers measure 1.5-2cm long, tips tinging green.
Sap fruit is 1cm across, spherical, and matures in black-purple in
Autumn. Bloom time: April-May.