Project 2010 - Flower of the Month Motif 05 for May: Lily of the Valley by Ellen Maurer-Stoh free pattern on Ellen Maurer-Stoh at http://www.maurer-stroh.com/EMS2010_May_05.html

May - Lily of the Valley, Project 2010 - Flower of the Month, designed by Ellen Maurer-Stroh, from EMS Cross Stitch Design. My favorite flower.

My Utmost Favorite! Lily of the valley flowers.

Lily of the Valley flowers, thinking I should of had these in my wedding bouquet

Lily of the Valley Ground cover in shady spots Lots of scent for a small flower Picture from Better Homes and Gardens

Perennials Designed to Withstand the Harshest of Winters

The Best Fragrant Flowers for your garden. -- though it's small, lily-of-the-valley packs a big fragrance in its nodding white or pink bell-shape flowers. It's a tough, low-care groundcover you can practically plant and forget in shady spots.

❤❤ Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majus) These are Bellas flower of the month she was born!

Floral fancy: Pictures of floral-related lusciousness - myLusciousLife

Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majus) - intoxicating scent! I just love Lily of the Valley !

Lily of the Valley ~ symbolizes "the return of happiness"  ~ precious little beauties-my mom's favorite.

Lily of the Valley reminds me of the perfume I had when I was young, called Le Muguet Fleur,which was Lily of the Valley, such a beautiful smell.

Did you know that lily-of-the-valley is poisonous? Furthermore, it is invasive. You'll have to weigh these drawbacks against its wonderful fragrance when deciding whether to grow it: http://landscaping.about.com/od/poisonouslandscapeplants/p/lily-of-the-valley.htm

Lily-of-the-Valley: Its Pros and Cons

Lily of the Valley. I picked these at my Grandma's to use in my May baskets!

Lily of the valley has inspired many legends over time. One such Christian legend explains that the tears that Mary shed at the cross turned to Lilies of the Valley, prompting the flower to sometimes be referred to as Our Ladys Tears.

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