How to grow Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley, (Convallaria majalis) are among the most loved garden flowers. A great advantage of these delicate and scented flowers is that they love shady and wet places, so you can cover areas in the garden where other flowers would not feel good at all. It grows well in the garden soil, but they also feel good in pots. Well-groomed, lily-of-the-valleys will flourish in May, but also in autumn, through October, the second time, especially if the weather is warm and humid.

Another advantage that the lizards have is that the plants are extremely tolerant, with no problems whatsoever the company of other plants, to form a colorful carpet in the garden, precisely in those complicated areas where shade, moisture and more unfriendly soil can cause trouble in arranging. You can try to combine them with Dicentra Spectabilis and Dumbravnicul Melissophyllum Mellitus with colorful buttons and queen of the night.

You can plant lily-of-the-valley at the base of shrubs, next to the edges, walls and fences or any other shady places, and the plants will grow nicely for many years.
Lilly of the Valley grow well in loose soil. Bulbs of lily of the valleys should be planted in a semi-bumpy place at a shallow depth and the top of the root and should be just below ground level. It must be watered abundantly after planting. Mix soil with organic material to ensure good drainage of water. Peat, compost, sawdust or decomposed natural fertilizer is a good choice for the soil where you plant the lily. Laceries adapt to any type of soil, but even if they love moisture, they do not support a soil with lots of rain water for more than a day.
To be sure planting is a success; it must be done in April. Planted later, they will catch up, but they may not bloom in the course of the year. An excellent trick is to keep the bulbs warm for a few hours before planting. They will absorb the water in demand and will burn faster. Lupine bulbs bought must be planted quickly because it does not last very long without water.

After the lily blossom after the flowers pass, let their rods follow their course. They will form seeds that will naturally feed the seedlings. Garden lakes can stay in the ground all winter, and the next spring will sprout again spontaneously.