Convallaria majalis, Grade 1. Will Flower first year.
£6.50 – £30.00
Convallaria Majalis, lily of the valley. Fully hardy, perennial. An excellent ground cover plant for under trees or shrubs, does not do as well if planted in full sun. Produces low growing sprays of small, very fragrant, white bell shaped flowers.
Top Size Roots with growing tips. Guaranteed to flower first season.
10 bulbs, 30 bulbs, 50 bulbs
Plant: March with the tips just showing above the soil. Spacing 10cm. Flowers May – June. Height 20-30cm.
Frost hardy. Perennial. Prefers a shady location. Ideal for naturalizing under trees or shrubs. Moisture retentive soil is essential. Once planted water in, or start of in pots for the 1st year then plant out the following year.
Propagation: Divide overcrowded clumps in October and replant Immediately.