Lily of the Valley

Zone

2 – 9

Height:

6 – 10 inches

Light:

shade to dappled shade

By: Meriel Bradley

With its small nodding bell-shaped flowers, and sweet perfume, Lilly of the Valley is a beautiful ground cover, but be aware that all parts are highly poisonous.

You will get the full impact of their beauty when the plants are massed together in a mostly shaded area with morning sun.

Quick Facts

Likes shade to dappled shade

Blooms early to late spring

All parts are highly poisonous to humans and animals

It will naturalize and spread well

Grows in zones 2 – 9

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