Nice striped leaf version of the familiar Lily of the Valley. This sometimes throws a reversion of solid green leaves but is mainly the cool gold striped foliage. If the green reversion continues into the next year then a surgical excision with your Hori-Hori is indicated. Easy and nice.
Lily of the Valley. A good selection of this stalwart species with a yellow margin to the leaves and said leaves are larger than average as well. Typical scented white flowers. There are numerous spellings of the cultivar name but since this is an American introduction, we can only assume this is correct. Sad.
A lovely gold leafed sport of 'Cream da Mint' that Rick Sawyer found in his Fernwood Nursery in Maine. This truly glows particularly in spring when the gold coloration is at its best. The larger than usual white scented flowers are a fine accompaniment. Slower spreading than many selections.
A robust selection of Lily of the Valley from Hardwick Hall in England and notable for the creamy margin to the leaves which can extend to some sporadic striping. Nicely scented white flowers in April. This is one of the classic and desired selections and always in short supply. Tough as nails. Deer resistant.
This Lily of the Valley gives the impression that it is a double flowered form but instead each bell-shaped flower is joined by as many 6 other flowers giving the impression of that it double. A good grower and excellent scent. Tough as nails. Hardy enough to grow in areas that get so cold you should just move if you want to garden.
Pink Lily of the Valley. Sweet. Charming pink form of an old fashioned standby. Nice spreader for the shade garden and quite drought tolerant when established.
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