The lily of the valley produces white, bell-shaped flowers (5 - 13 pe), which bloom between April and June. They have a strong specific fragrance. The lily of the valley grows to 15 - 25 cm high and needs warm, humus rich soil to grow. Although delicate and delicate, this flower contains powerful toxins-heritable cardenolide-type glycosides. The toxins are present in all parts of the plant, especially in the red berries. The toxic substances can pass into water.
But the lily of the valley is a valuable remedy, used in preparations that strengthen weak hearts and help irregular hearts to a rhythm. The flower is also known below as the Mayflower, Maililie, Mairöschen and Maischschellen. Below we have a lot of beautiful photos!
Blooming lilies of the valley in spring!
Beautiful white lilies of the valley
Lily of the valley in a yellow cup
Delicate lilies of the valley in pink
Super pretty pink flowers!
Bell in white!
Wonderful whites in the garden