Growing lily of the valley in pots

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The botanical name of lily of the valley plant is Convallaria majalis. Growing lily of the valley in pots indoors is very possible. Lily of the valley plant is an herbaceous perennial, hardy in USDA plant hardiness zones three through eight, Lily of the valley plant grows from a rhizome, a fleshy underground stem, and is sold as a pip, a rhizome with roots growing from its bottom and a small bud at its top. If you wish to grow lily of the valley plant in pots, bundles of the lily of the valley pips are commonly available at garden centers in late fall. To read more visit https://www.flowerpeek.com/2023/01/growing-lily-of-valley-in-pots.html
 


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