Delicate, pendant flowers of Lily-of-the-Valley line up along gracefully arching stems in mid-spring. The white or pink blooms are small and waxy, with a cherished fragrance that is irresistible. The plants’ creeping rhizomes will soon spread rapidly, making an ideal ground cover even under large trees. A handful of their lovely, long flower spikes are delightful in a vase, where you can enjoy them up close. We wouldn’t be without these diminutive garden treasures, and you shouldn’t either.