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How Do You Grow Lily-Of-The-Valley (Convallaria Majalis)?

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How Do You Grow Lily-Of-The-Valley (Convallaria Majalis)?

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“Hi this is Yolonda Vanveen from vanveenbulbs.com and now we are going to learn about how to plant Lily-of-the-Valley bulbs which is pretty easy. So Lily-of-the-Valley are just a set of roots and they have little pips so it is really all about the pips that is going to make it grow. So on each side where there was a stem last year if you peel it away you’ll see that there is a really little pip and that is what is going to make the growth for next year so that I need to plant about three inches deep in a shady spot but not too much shade. If there is weeds growing or ferns or hostas growing, Lily-of-the-Valley will grow. If you have got nothing in that area because you never water it or it is just too deep a shade or it is full of moss then you are not going to get Lily-of-the-Valley to grow either. They’ll grow in a container or the ground really easily. They are such a tough plant but you never let them dry out. You can plant them any time of the year just keep that ground moist. So

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