Blooming Lily of the valley in spring garden with shallow focus.

By November 19, 2017Articles

Blooming Lily of the valley in spring garden with shallow focus.

By Liz Baessler Lily of the valley plants produce a delicate, fragrant flower that is unmistakable and a great addition to the garden (provided you manage to keep their spread in check). But what kind of selection is out there? There’s a lot more to lily of the valley than just its sweet scent. Keep reading to learn more about the different lily of the valley plant types. Common Types of Lily of the Valley Common lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis) has dark green leaves, tops out at about 10 inches (25 cm.) in height and produces small, extremely fragrant, white flowers. As long as it’s contained from taking over the garden, you can’t go wrong with this variety. There are, however, a large number of interesting cultivars that set themselves apart. Other Kinds of Lily of the Valley Plants Lily of the valley doesn’t necessarily mean white flowers

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