Lily of the valley - Wikipedia
Lily of the valley, sometimes written lily-of-the-valley, scientific name Convallaria
majalis /ˌkɒnvəˈleɪriə məˈdʒeɪlᵻs/, is a sweetly scented, highly poisonous ... More »
Convallaria majalis — Details ... rather than native, and sometimes
persists in natural habitats, particularly when there is some history of disturbance.
A limited native population occurs in Eastern USA (Convallaria majalis var. ....
Shoichi, Life-history monographs of Japanese plants, 6: Convallaria keiskei Miq.
Jun 17, 2008 ... (Convallaria majalis), fragrant perennial herb and only species of the ... 6-17-
2008 See Article History ... Lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis).
History. In France, lily-of-the-valley is considered a good-luck charm. It is made
into small bouquets, or nosegays, which are traditionally given for luck on May ...
Culture. Easily grown in moist, fertile, organically rich, well-drained soils in part
shade to full shade. Performs well in sun-dappled shade. In optimum growing ...
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Convallaria majalis or lily of the valley usually bloom in the month of May. This
Convallaria majalis, lily of the valley, illustrates the difficulty of categorising plants
which can lead to confusion about their poisonous components.
Convallaria majalis, commonly known across North Americas and Europe as Lily
of the Valley, contains deadly toxins that interfere with electrical functions ...