This plant can be grown from bulbs or seeds, and I think the fragrant flowers are worth planting the bulbs and digging them up for the winter. Alternatively, you could plant your them in pots and bring the pots in during the winter.
About mid-summer to the fall, Lily of the Valley puts on an extravagant show of large blooms!
This plant likes the sun, so be sure to pick a sunny spot for your African Lily!
They do require a bit of work–they need to be fed monthly. But the gorgeous blooms and the scent will pay you back for your hard work!
Lily of the Valley is also attractive to bees and butterflies, who enjoy the nectar.