Giant Lily-of-the-Valley

YES! Great way to keep lily of the valley without it taking over the place!

Epsom Salt is Magnesium Sulfate... Helps to produce bushier plants, produce more flowers, and deter pests. Great for the garden!

Lily of the Valley, I had a lot of this in my bridal bouquet, and the groomsmen with their white tie, I love this flower!

Lilies of the valley ~ always makes me think of my Mom

Lily of the Valley

Love Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis ), it can spread -- Solution, put it in a pot. Also "makes a wonderful ground cover perennial. The very fragrant flowers appear in abundance in April and May. They are ideal for growing in wild or woodland gardens or use for ground cover in a damp shaded border. They form dense colonies which can last a lifetime."

This site is AWESOME. photo gallery of containers with instructions to plant and description of flowers-- for full sun, partial, shade etc.--- One of the best I've seen.

Lilies of the Valley planted with ferns. They make great ground cover in shaded areas.


lily of the valley, full-part shade, blooms may-june, fragrant, deer resistant, woodland garden ground cover, spreads well.

One of my favorites! Smells like Spring!

Container Gardens. Wow! These really POP!

"An all-time favorite perennial. The sweet scent of Lily-of-the-Valley will fill the garden in early spring. Each stem produces as many as 25 blooms. Easy to grow in shady areas, but will also thrive in partial sun."

Plant bulbs in containers

lilac bush

Hydrangea paniculata is the easiest hydrangea to grow. In late summer and autumn, this rugged shrub produces fluffy clusters of white flowers that fade to shades of pink and green. Many cultivars, such as 'Tardiva', can be successfully trained into a standard, or miniature tree form -- perfect for a large container or just about any landscape spot. Name: Hydrangea paniculata Growing Conditions: Full sun or part shade and well-drained soil Size: To 10 feet tall and wide Zones: 4-8

Giant Gladiolus - Gladiolus hybrid

Lily of the valley

Red Planter OMG Succulents!!!!