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About Lily of the Valley Plants

Lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis) is a woodland flowering plant with sweetly scented, pendent, bell-shaped white flowers borne in sprays in spring. Lily of the valley plants produce adorable flowers with a strong scent that sends a pleasant aroma throughout your yard. With varieties that grow to be only around 6 to 8 inches tall, lily of the valley flowers look right at home in spring gardens or planted underneath trees and shrubs. You can also use lily of the valley plants as borders along walkways and paths to create an enchanting landscape.

How to Plant Lily of the Valley Flowers

We suggest planting lily of the valley with the roots approximately 2 inches below the soil line and about 6 to 8 inches apart for late spring blooms. Lily of the valley plants require moist and well-drained soil but are easy to care for and are deer-resistant perennials. Some varieties of lily of the valley can grow over a foot tall, but most varieties stay below a foot. Be sure to allow your lily of the valley plants to spread out!

When to Plant Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley are hardy in zones 3-9 and can be planted in the spring after the last frost date.

How Often Should You Water Lily of the Valley Plants?

Once established, lily of the valley plants are somewhat drought tolerant and do not need frequently watered. After planting, water your lily of the valley flower once per week for about two months, to help the plant become established: roots love water. After the plants are more firmly established, you can cut back to watering only when the soil is dry. Fertilize lily of the valley in the spring with a balanced fertilizer, then fertilize again as the plant prepares to bloom.

What Kind of Soil Do Lily of the Valley Plants Need?

Lily of the valley prefers rich soil and plenty of shade, but they do appreciate well-drained soil: the fact that these are shade plants does not mean that they are swamp plants. Add compost, manure, or loam to richen the soil and improve drainage. Lily of the valley prefer slightly acidic soil, so add some sulfur if your soil is very alkaline.

Will Lily of the Valley Bloom in The First Year?

Lily of the valley should bloom in the first year, but, like all plants, they can take some time to become established. If your lily of the valley doesn't bloom in its first year, don't worry and be patient. If it ceases blooming later in life, check to see that the roots aren't overcrowded and that the plant isn't sitting in water: both factors can affect bloom quantity and quality.


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