A rare variegated lily-of-the-valley with white-edged leaves and the classic waxy white, fragrant, bell-shaped flowers so loved in spring. Lily-of-the-Valley's spreading habit makes it a useful groundcover under deciduous trees or in areas with partial sun or shade. The fragrance is one of those classics for spring. The variegated foliage provides interest long after the flowers and fragrance have faded.
North Central and Eastern Asia
Europe and Western Russia
Dry shady woodland, usually on calcareous soils and especially in ash woodlands.