How to plant convallarias (lilies of the valley)

Also known as lilies of the valley, convallarias are beautiful hardy perennials bearing beautiful arching stems of pure white drooping bell-shaped flowers. Excellent for the wild or woodland garden, these lovely plants will provide fantastic ground cover and will occasionally produce red berries after flowering. Great for cutting, their flowers will exude a sweet scent that will lightly drift through the house in the spring. Try planting with other woodland plants like brunneras, pulmonarias and erythroniums.

Plant convallarias in moist, fertile, humus rich soil in full or partial shade and provide them with a top dressing in the autumn.

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