- Double Bell-Shaped Flowers
- White Fragrant Blooms
- Thrives Sun To Full Shade In Moist Soil
- Spreading Groundcover
The Lily of the Valley, ‘Convallaria majalis’, is a fragrant white Lily-of-the-Valley that is unusual because its dainty bell-shaped flowers are actually double!
Each arching stem is weighed down by the profuse blooms it carries. The fragrant bell shaped flowers are followed by glossy red berries.
Plant in a garden with good air circulation to prevent fungal spots on the petals.
Once it becomes established, Lily of the Valley plant is long-lived and spreads slowly through its rhizomes. This perennial thrives in moist, humus-rich, fertile soil, in sun or full shade. The more sun there is however, the more important it is for the soil to be moist.
A slow but aggressive spreader, Lily of the Valley adds a bit of elegance and charm to shade-prone areas of any landscape!