Plants By Type
Wild Lily of the Valley
Wild Lily of the Valley is often seen growing in wooded and forest areas and also in areas that have sandy soils. They have small green leaves and produce flowers in clusters that are white. They bloom from May into June and are very small in size. They grow well in areas that provide moist to dry soil conditions and also full shade and partial shade. These plants are amazing when planted in climate zones two through nine and can grow to be four to six inches tall. They will show up each year. These are gorgeous flowers and also provides a beautiful and sweet fragrance when they are in bloom. The bloom on this plant normally last for about three weeks and provide a gorgeous and outstanding look to gardens and natural areas. These plants are amazing when planted in climate zones two through nine and are also called Maianthemum Canadense for the scientific name. This plant can grow quickly and needs to be watched as it can take over an area in a short time. The blooms on these beautiful plants resemble small bells as they hang on the stems. They are very easy to grow and are very popular among homeowners and gardeners because they do not take any special care. The flowers have a delicate appearance to them and provide lots of natural color to an area or garden. These plants also have long slender leaves that can be a few inches long when they are mature.