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Posted by Dylan Turner on Jan 12, 2022
The seller is Very attentive to my emails. Delivered Good plants.
Posted by Lu on Sep 10, 2021
high quality and alive product
Posted by Ginny Hysock on Apr 28, 2021
Your product is fine. But your shipping cost is ridiculous.
Posted by Alex Baker on Apr 22, 2021
Arrived well packaged and healthy.
Posted by Angelica Martin on Apr 13, 2021
Pips arrived well packaged. About a month after receiving the growth just was incredible (growing indoors). I decided to take the pips and keep them in water and feed them that way instead of in soil. Keep an eye on their roots and development. After putting under a grow light for 18 hrs per day, I am now for the very first time ever growing Lily of the Valley flowers in Las Vegas, NV. Could not be happier!
Posted by Uga yang on Dec 29, 2020
The roots look like little pineapples I love mine.
Posted by Jim Hood on Oct 01, 2020
Posted by Dmitriy on Sep 21, 2020
Fast shipping. Good quality roots
Posted by Jean H. on Aug 06, 2020
I love lilies of the valley. They grew wild where I grew up. I was so excited to be able to order some here. They arrived in a timely manner ready for planting. I can't wait for them to bloom.
Helpful Gardening Tips
We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.
We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
The gorgeous flowers of Lily of the Valley are often seen in bouquets of Royal Brides.
The Convallaria majalis variety is most commonly found in the North American region apart from other species. The plant thrives well in cold climates and is native to multiple continents, including Europe, Asia, and North America.
Lily of the Valley belongs to one of the genera in the Asparagus family and is not a true lily. The flowers are delicate and pretty, but the plant is a hardy ground cover that spreads aggressively in any spot planted. It is commonly planted under tall trees where other plants do not bloom. It is an evergreen plant and survives well without much sun exposure.
The plant usually grows in partial sun, partial shade, or full shade, as a high amount of sun exposure can damage the plant. If you supposedly live in a cold climate, the occasional sun is good for the plant. However, it is good to plant it underneath taller trees to save from the harsh sunlight when living in warm areas. This low-maintenance plant can grow in almost all kinds of soil but prefers chalky, organically rich, well-drained soil. While it grows best in neutral to acidic soil, alkaline soil does not harm the plant. It is an easy-to-maintain plant with low care and requires frequent watering. This plant likes moist soil but does not need to be soggy.
The leaves are green and medium in size. They are between 5 and 10 inches long and up to 5 inches wide in some species. Apart from the pretty light green leaves, the tiny bell-shaped white flowers enhance the beauty of the plant. They are petite and fragrant, hanging on long stems. The flowers turn to orange, red berries in Autumn to attract different birds and other wildlife.
Zone: 4 – 8
Height at maturity: 6 to 12 Inches
Sun Exposure: Partial Sun, Full Shade
Ship As: Bareroot
The North American native Convallaria majuscule is a ground cover and low-maintenance shade-grown plant. Various plant varieties are popular globally, with Convallaria majuscule being the most popular in North America. Others include Aureomarginata with yellow-edged leaves, Lily of the Valley Convallaria majalis with dark green leaves having white longitudinal stripes, and Rosea with pretty pink bell-shaped flowers.
It is best to plant Lily in the fall to grow appropriately and fruits to come on time. The cool temperature allows an adequate dormancy period before the plant blooms vigorously. It is well known for its rapid spreading and growth as a ground covering. The rhizomes of the plant can be divided and planted separately when needed. The plant does not need fertilizer when growing unless you have impoverished soil. Adding a slow-release granular fertilizer in spring can help with plant growth. The easy-to-grow characteristic of the plant allows it to grow in dry woodlands without a proper watering regime.
People buy Lily of the Valley more often as it is low-maintenance and thrives equally well in outdoor containers as in a naturalistic environment.