It may look delicate with its airy clusters of bell-shaped soft pink blooms that dangle on thin stems above the foliage, but this Lily-of-the-Valley is a tough and dependable addition to any shady space when it will gradually spread to form a colony. The wonderfully fragrant flowers appear from early to late spring then giving way to orange berries that keep the show going in summer. Ideal as an accent in small garden spaces or in groupings or as a naturalizing groundcover in shady sites, under trees or in woodland areas and rock gardens. If you really want to enjoy its delightful scent and charming flowers, cut a few stems and bring them indoors for display in your favorite vase. Get all the details below!