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Great spreading ground cover for the shade.
Planting Convallaria pips, or rhizomes, is one of the best ways to cover larger shaded areas. Also known as Lily of the Valley, once these plants are established, they require very little maintenance. They will thrive in shady and moist areas where they can be combined with hellebores, dicentras and Jack-in-the-Pulpits for continuous color. They are lovely, have a slight scent and are deer resistant.
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Rated 2 out of
disappointingDaughter bought these for me and tended them well. Never grew in garden. May try again in pots. Probably not really good in zone 10.
Date published: 2019-06-09
Rated 5 out of
Jill L from
Lovely!These have been a favorite since I was a kid picking them at my grandmother's! So happy I found them. Going on the 3rd year and spreading nicely. I need deer proof plants, they are perfect! Buying more for my sister and niece. :-)
Date published: 2018-06-29
Rated 1 out of
Looks beautifulI am so disappointed. I love these flowers. My grandmother had a huge bed of them. I wish I had transplanted some of hers when I could have done that. Planted what I purchased and tended them but to no avail. Waste of money.