- Lily of the valley - Convalleria Majelis- Hardy Planting Zones- 4-7 Sun or Shade – Partial Shade to Full Sun Mature Height - 2-4' Mature Width- 1-2' Bloom Season – Spring (April-June) Gardener Status- Novice
Convellaria, Lily of the Valley
Convallaria Majalis, called lily of the valley, is a herbaceous perennial that is hardy. This plant prefers part sun, and it is effortless to care for. Also, it dies to ground level when winter comes, then back up in spring. As many as 12 white, lovely bell-like flowers grow off the green leaved plant stem. This moisture-loving plant is one of the most sweet-scented plants that bloom. It is an excellent groundcover with red seed pods after flowering. Perhaps planting this delightful beauty in a naturalistic garden is ideal. Planting lily of the valley in containers will give them moisture they love. Plant in late fall, as cold temperatures are needed for the dormancy period.
Lily of the Valley is a beautiful delicate flower when in bloom.
It will have small white flowers that will be beautiful and will also have a great fragrance to them. It will grow best in fertile soils but can also adapt to different types of land. It is also a great plant to use in containers. It is a beautiful plant with a strong, distinct scent. This plant will make an exceptional plant for your garden adding color and beauty. It does well in shade and moist soil. It also has pretty little flowers. This plant's flowers can be white or light pink. It is deer resistant and easy to grow.
Lily Of The Valley HAS TWO SEPARATE FLOWERS; ONE CAN BE UP TO 9 INCHES TALL, AND THE OTHER CAN BE 4 INCHES WIDE.
The fertile flower will grow berries which have rhizomes in it. The Lily of the Valley grows best in fertile, loamy soil but is adaptable to various lands. This flower is often used in weddings and on tables as fresh arrangements. The contrast between the height of this plant and the height of the bloom makes for a good selection.
Lily of the Valley