Lily of the Valley ‘Convallaria majalis’ – Spring ‘in the green’

From £8.95

Other names of Lily of Valley include May bells, Our Lady’s tears, and Mary’s tears, it is widely grown in gardens for its scented flowers and ground-covering abilities in shady locations. In 1956, the French firm Dior produced a fragrance simulating lily of the valley, which was Christian Dior’s favourite flower. Diorissimo was designed by Edmond Roudnitska. Although it has since been reformulated, it is considered a classic.

Plant 5-7cm (2″) Deep and 20cm (8″) apart, can be layered.

Sold as ‘pips’ which is a shoot and well established root system – likely not to have leaves on.

Available for dispatch now.



Richly fragrant drooping round bell-like white flowers, followed by red berries. Woodland. 15-22 cm May-June.

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Bulbs in the green – available until the end of March, however some remaining available also into April.
Usually dispatched within 7 days

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