Lily of the Valley is a perennial plant from the Asparagaceae family. The species' habitat covers Europe, the Caucasus, Asia Minor, China, and North America. Convallaria majalis thrives in deciduous, pine, and mixed forests. Fortunately, you can also grow this flowering beauty at home if you provide it with proper care!
Lily of the Valley is a herbaceous plant. It has a bare upright flower-bearing stem. It usually has 2 basal leaves, occasionally one or three. The base of the leaf is wedge-shaped, expanding towards the middle and enveloping the stem. The rhizome is thin and creeping. Flowers are collected in 6-10 pieces on one side on the top of the stem. They are similar to a bell, with six teeth. The inflorescences are white in color. Convallaria also produces small red berries eaten by birds.