Smilacina racemosa (syn. Maianthemum racemosa) (False Solomon's Seal, Solomon's Plume)
Smilacina racemosa, more commonly known as False Solomon's Seal, is a shade-loving native that is most at home in a woodland garden or shady border. In late spring, Its arching branches are adorned with lightly fragrant, ivory plumes, followed by deep red berries in late summer. This clump-growing native grows from one to three feet high and is best suited for rich, humusy soil that is moist, but well drained, and deep shade. Zones 3-9. (Photo by Fungus Guy, from Wiki Commons, and in the public domain.