Some quick facts about Lily of the Valley Β 

The Lily of the Valley, whose Latin name is Convallaria majalis, is a beautiful annual flowering plant that many people love

These lovely plants are native to cool, moderate areas of the Northern Hemisphere.

They are prized for their delicate, bell-shaped white flowers that smell divine.

Lily of the Valley plants look delicate, but they are actually very hardy.

They do best in full to partial shade and soil that drains well.

It's interesting that the whole plant is slightly poisonous if eaten, so be careful around pets and young children.

The Lily of the Valley flower represents purity, humility, and the return of happiness.

Because of this, it is often used in bridal bouquets and May Day parties.

In the past, these beautiful flowers were linked to the Roman holiday Floralia, which celebrated the start of spring.

Lilies of the Valley continue to fascinate farmers and flower lovers all over the world with their classic beauty and deep symbolic meaning.

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