- Does well in shade
- Great for filling spaces in flower beds
- Attractive little bells, ideal for bouquets and vase displays
- Returns every year
- Creates a carpet of pink bell flowers in early summer
Marvel at the masses of pink bell flowers, highly scented and returning year after year. Lily-of-the-valley is a much-loved favourite for gardeners up and down the country. Successful growing in sun or shade it produces a classic carpet of pink flowers, highly fragrant and attractive.
You receive five ‘pips’ – young plants, easy to plant and providing big impact in your garden, quicker.
Some ideas for great displays: plant your lily-of-the-valley pips in containers for the patio, in planters such as troughs for ventilated windowsills or plant in garden flower beds for a carpet of highly-scented white bell flowers every May. Partner with the white variety for a great contrast.
Add fragrance indoors by getting hold of secateurs and cutting some stems. Put lily-of-the-valley flowers in vases dotted around the house. They flower in May while sweet peas are coming into bloom and make the perfect partner for those sweetly-scented cut sweet peas.
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