Lily of the valley
What is Lily of the valley
Lily of the Valley or Suzuran (scientific name: Convallaria keiskei) is of the department Asparagaceae , of Convallaria genus native to China and Japan. It is a flower that symbolizes Japan's Hokkaido. In early summer, etc. in the field to 10 white bell-shaped flowers down drooping down to the bloom. Which the florets are shallow 6 crack, and flowers are fragrant. Two long oval-shaped leaves are out in the flower stalk, extend higher than the flower stalk, flowers cover. After the flower ripens spherical fruit become red. It is a poisonous plant with intense but unfortunately the whole plant. Have been breeding for horticultural use of native species in addition to the large-flowered, Germans Zoran (German Lily of the Valley, scientific name: Convallaria majalis var. majalis). Flower language:Happiness comes again.
Snowflake (Scientific name: Leucojum aestivum) is similar to Lily of the Valley and may be mistaken.
Common name: Lily of the Valley, scientific name: Convallaria keiskei , synonim : Convallaria majalis , also known as: Suzuran (in Japanese), origin: native species in Hokkaido, living type: perennials, plant height: 20-30 cm, leaf length: 15-20 cm, leaf shape: oblong, flower diameter: 4 cm, flowering period: May to June, flower color: white, flower diameter:0.8 cm, flower shape: bell shaped, fruit diameter: 1 cm, fruit color: red, note: poisonous plants.