Lily of the Valley
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Lily of the valley has very dainty white, bell-shaped flowers which are very sweet smelling and bloom in early spring and are followed by orange berries which are poisonous. An excellent ground cover and can be grown under trees in shade. May not be good for a perennial bed because it needs room to spread. The flowers make good cut flowers.
Convallaria majalis 'Bordeaux'
Grows best in moist, fertile soil. It is propagated by division and plantings should be thinned when flowering becomes sparse.
Large, green, tulip-like leaves.
Fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers bloom in spring.