About the May bells
The Lily of the valley or May bells (Convallaria majalis) is a perennial that can grow to 30cm high, and that occurs in the wild in forested areas. It grows from a spreading underground stem (rhizome).
The flower is white and bell-shaped, with a wonderful fragrance. But be mindful of animals and small children, as the plant is poisonous!
To enjoy the flowers for as long as possible, water regularly and keep in well-lighted spot, but not in direct sunlight. After flowering ends, you can plant the pot ball in a sheltered spot in the garden. It will grow and flower again next year.