The lily of the valley that I bought & planted last year have just started to break through the soil - there are approx. 6 of about 3 -5 cm tall. Is there anything that I should be doing to encourage a good display apart from watering them?
They're pretty robust Guernsey. I wouldn't do a thing personally.
Brilliant - thanks for the advice - I like plants that I can leave to do their own thing. I have planted a lot of bedding plants in the past & I find all that watering backbreaking and a bit tedious - so Lily of the Valley seem an ideal choice for me. Thanks again.
they are pretty invasive though. that's if they like your soil
Snap Lyn..........mine have all the tops chewed level
I will give that some thought Lyn/Philippa - at present no slug problem which is something to feel pleased about. We have hedgehogs, frogs & wood chip/bark which all help to deter those slimy slugs from our garden.