False Solomon seal (Smilacina racemosa [Maianthemum racemosum])
Member of the Lily (Liliaceae) family. Found in rich woods April - June, growing 1 to 3 feet tall. Oval, pointed leaves alternate along a gracefully reclining stem, which is tipped with a cluster of starlike creamy-white flowers. The fruit is a berry that is at first whitish speckled with brown, later turning a ruby-red. False Solomon seal is distinguished between True Solomon seal by the fact that its flowers are in terminal clusters - True Solomon seal's have their flowers in the leaf axils.
To learn more
Solomon seal (feathery false lily of the valley),
visit its profile at the USDA Plants Database