lily of the valley

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Synonyms for lily of the valley

low-growing perennial plant having usually two large oblong lanceolate leaves and a raceme of small fragrant nodding bell-shaped flowers followed by scarlet berries

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Lily-of-the-valley means a EoACAyreturn of happiness'; sweet William is EoACAygallantry'; hyacinth is EoACAyconstancy of love'; ivy is EoACAyfidelity, marriage, wedded love, friendship and affection; while Myrtle is the EoACAyemblem of marriage and love.
Sweet William means gallantry, lily-of-the-valley means return of happiness, hyacinth symbolises constancy of love, while myrtle is the emblem of marriage and love.
It was iced in buttercream, embellished with white-chocolate butterflies and topped with lily-of-the-valley.
However, once you have planted lily-of-the-valley in your garden, if it likes conditions then you are unlikely to ever be rid of it.
In May French bosses give their workers a small bunch of Lily-of-the-Valley.
lPosition scented spring bulbs and any shrubs like hyacinths and lily-of-the-valley in pots near doors, windows and pathways to make the most of their wonderful smell.
The Aztec lily, Blood lily, Daylily, Foxtail lily, Lily-of-the-valley and Zephyr lily are not true lilies.
Estee Lauder Refreshing body spray combines peppermint, spearmint, freesia dew, grapefruit, mandarin orange, lemon, white power petals, fresh plum, peach iced tea and blooming lily-of-the-valley.
Lily-of-the-valley (Convallaria majalis) IF you want spring scent in a natural setting, colonise these sweetly scented, white-flowered beauties in a moist, shaded spot, ideally a woodland garden, or under deciduous shrubs so that their small bell-shaped flowers stand out against a background of newly-opening spring leaves.
Be warned, though, don''t put lily-Of-The-Valley into tightly contained beds as they are vigorous spreaders and once you have them, it will be difficult to dig them all out.
Be warned, though - don't put lily-of-the-valley into tightly contained beds as they are vigorous spreaders and once you have them, it will be difficult to dig them all out.