Age moment here. I should know this, but for the life of me the name will not come.
Mmm . . . I thought that. Leaves look right - not seen flowers like that. A less common variety possibly?
Just googled 'soloman seal' and came across an image of 'false soloman seal' - looks similar
Interesting. I instantly thought Solomon's Seal but the flowers threw me too!
Look up Smilacina. There are several and I don't know them well but I think this may be one of them
I think it's this one http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://wisplants.uwsp.edu/photos/MAIRACsRAC_MRB9.jpg&imgrefurl=http://wisplants.uwsp.edu/scripts/detail.asp?spcode%3DMAIRACsRAC&h=226&w=223&sz=1&tbnid=MFM-dpy6E0aA2M:&tbnh=186&tbnw=183&zoom=1&usg=__OJWTkiqNinGoW4y77EZchBkKVLs=&docid=sxbsMq6pKZjZFM&itg=1&sa=X&ei=1OuLUfyTCpSk0AXGjoCYBA&ved=0CIUBEPwdMAo
Oh, that's rather a big link - but I think it'll take you to the right place
Think it's sometimes known as False Spikenard
Berghill, on google images halesia carolina looks a bit like your photo (I was looking at it in a book earlier today, strangely enough, and your photo reminded me of it). As it's a shrub, yours could only be a young version, if at all.
Think you're right nutcutlet. The link above shows some photos of someones lovely garden and amoungst them is a picture of Smilacina racemosa.
...^yes it is a lovely garden. I notice the garden blog belongs to someone calling themselves 'Owdboggy' which is the same as the link to the photobucket photo by Berghill... presumably it's his garden...?...