The roots look like little pineapples I love mine.
Fast shipping. Good quality roots
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.
VERY fast and very good service!
Looking forward to next spring . I’ll know then how they are doing.
just planting today,
looking forward to their growth
I recieved mature plants in healthy, ready to plant condition, and recieved my order promptly after purchase. I was very pleased with my purchase.
Delivered as promised. Just planted so will see how they grow. Friendly service and good communication.
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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.
How We Protect Your Plants For Transit
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.
Upon Receipt Of Your Plants
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.
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Lily of the Valley- Convallaria Majalis are Gorgeous Fragrant Bloomers
Lily of the valley can be used as a tincture to help remove toxins from the urinary tract. Lily of the Valley is often seen growing in wooded and forest areas and also in the regions that have sandy soils. They have small green leaves and produce flowers in white clusters. They bloom from May into June and are large in size. 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 typically last for about three weeks and offer a gorgeous and outstanding look to gardens and natural areas. These plants are unusual when planted in climate zones two through nine and are also called Maianthemum Canadense for the scientific name. This plant can increase and needs to be watched as it can take over an area in a short time. The blooms on these beautiful flowers resemble small bells as they hang on the stems. They are straightforward to grow and are very popular among homeowners and gardeners because they do not take any special care.
Lily of the Valley Provide Lots of Natural Colors to and Area or Garden
The flowers have a delicate appearance to them and provide lots of natural colors to an area or garden. These plants also have long slender leaves that can be a few inches long when they are mature. Wild Lily Of The Valley is a wild lily with long, elongated leaves. The perennial plant has a stem that bursts forth at the base and holds tiny 5 to 15 white, drooping, bell-shaped flowers with an aromatic, sweet scent. Eventually, these flowers will turn to a ruby red-colored berry once ripe. The seeds are not edible to humans, but an important food source to many wild birds and mice. It grows best in sandy, moist and well-drained soils and prefers partial or mostly shaded areas.
A sweetly-scented, flowering woodland plant, the lily of the valley is also highly poisonous. Visual characteristics include fragrant, white, bell-shaped, pendent flowers that grow in sprays during spring. The lily of the valley is native across Asia and Europe and maybe the lone Conavallaria member of the asparagus family. The plant produces red berries, which are not suitable for consumption.
Widely grown in gardens for its scented flowers, the lily of the valley may also grow in pots, which allows the plant to cultivated during the winter months. Sandy soils or silty soils that range from acidic to moderately alkaline with large amounts of humus are most favorable.
All parts of the lily of the valley are highly poisonous. If even a small amount of the plant ingested, vomiting, reduced heart rate, drowsiness, blurred vision, and red skin rashes may occur. Nevertheless, the sweet smell of the lily of the valley has made the flowering plant inspiration for the perfume industry. In 1956, Dior produced a fragrance simulating the scent of the lily of the valley, Christian Dior's favorite flower. The aroma has since become a classic, and other perfumers have formulated fragrances based on the famed flower's scent.