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Lily of the Valley x15 Bare Root Plants Growing Chart
- Plant Outdoors
Sometimes Lily of the Valley don't flower in their first year. Results can differ from customer to customer and their own growing conditions.
Tips to ensure they flower.
- Plant as soon as possible after receipt.
- Ensure the roots are kept moist, do not allow the compost to dry out but do not allow the compost to be sodden. If you place your finger on the soil surface the soil should feel damp NOT wet.
- Place on a light windowsill or surface away from midday direct light.
- 20°C is the ideal temperature. Some homes can be too hot and the flower might abort for survival of the plant.
- After flowering move the plant to the garden, you can either plant up in an area of partial shade into moist soil or keep in the plant in the container providing drainage holes are put into the container.
Our products are all grown with the utmost care and to high standards of quality. We regularly check our nursery stock to determine exactly when they will be at the optimum time for despatch.
We despatch our fresh, nursery-grown live plants (including vegetables, trees and flowers) when they are at a stage of growth ready for you, the customer, to plant on at home.
The delivery period shown on your order confirmation indicates when you can expect to receive your order and we will endeavour to despatch your plants in this period within 7-14 days
Planted on indoors and growing rapidly.
roots in good condition and sprouting
Arrived in great condition, just perfect for planting
Lily of the Valley x15 Bare Root Plants
Create a sweet-smelling indoor display AND a perfume filled garden!
Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis) are among the most fragrant of plants with their traditional strong but delicate scent. They’ve always been favourite plants to lighten up shady gardens but they also make fabulous indoor scented plants.
Plant the Lily of the Valley ‘pips’ into good moisture retentive compost in a shallow decorative container indoors; a wicker basket or shallow terracotta trough is ideal.
Keep them warm and moist and they’ll send up delicate spikes of scented white bells.
Once they have delighted indoors, you can plant them out in the garden to naturalise.
Plant the rhizomes in moist, humus-rich soil min 2-3 cm deep, spreading the roots. Once they are well rooted they will spread by means of the underground rhizomes.
They are an excellent ground cover that lasts until frost sets in. They will form large clumps that need almost no care and live for many years.
Lily of the Valley grow best in a moist shaded site, thriving in even deep shade.
They’ll come back into flower every year and once established they’ll spread into glorious carpets of spring scent and colour.
They can be divided and replanted between September -November
15 Pips will fill a 12cm potSee Full Description +
- Quantity 15 Pips (rhizomes)
- Height 23cm/9in
Delivery: Early January to Late March