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  • Becky Schneider-Hauk

    Lilies of the Valley are fragrant spring flowers that bring joy. With their bell shape, the lily of the valley is found in gardens during April and May

  • Michelle Morgan

    Lily of the Valley- my moms favorite flower. Ashlyn and I planted a garden of them last week for Mother's Day , we can't wait for them to bloom.

  • Anita Swearingen

    Lily of the Valley | One of my favorites...my grandma's back yard was full of them - i picked hundreds of bouquets for her & had them in my wedding flowers. So pretty and delicate.

  • Rose Leone

    Lily of the valley. The lovely flower, Lily of the Valley, once planted in your garden, will grow with little or no maintenance. It will spread and flower every year. Fragrant. Perfect for making bouquets and centerpieces.

  • Sandy English

    Lily of the Valley ~ symbolizes "the return of happiness" ~ precious little beauties & my birth month of May flower!

  • Chelsea Cook

    Lily of the valley is my birth for, if we can find some for not crazy expensive it might be nice in the bridal bouquet

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