|Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum biflorum)|
As an herbalist and lover of plants, I prefer the botanical name for a plant. There is no confusion as to what plant you are referring to. But I admit to dearly loving the colorful common names. This is a perfect example. It is thought that the name "solomon's seal" is in reference to the seal-like scars on the plant's roots which to some look like the "seal of Solomon." For more on this plant's colorful name you can refer to this site.