Has a very dainty white, bell-shaped flowers which are very sweet smelling and bloom in early spring.
An excellent ground cover and can be grown under trees in shade. May not be good for a perennial bed because it needs room to spread. The flowers make good cut flowers.
Lily of the Valley is a perennial, rhizomatous plant. It does best in full to partial shade and moist fertile soil. It is propagated by division and plantings should be thinned when flowering becomes sparse.
Hardiness zone: 3 to 8
Height: 5 Inches to 10 Inches
Spread: .75 to 1 foot
Bloom Time: Spring
Bloom Description: White
Sun: Part shade to full shade
Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize
Flower: Showy, Fragrant, Good Cutflower
Tolerate: Heavy Shade, Erosion, Clay Soil
Resistance: Rabbit, Deer.