SOLVED: plant from edge of woods

Springfield, MA(Zone 6a)

i have this plant next to a tree in the woods. on the north side of the tree. i transplanted some to another location to see if it will blossom. any idea what it might be?
thanks

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Westbrook, ME(Zone 5a)

That looks like Lily of the valley. How tall is it?

Springfield, MA(Zone 6a)

that is what i was thinking too poppysue, it is about 8 or 9 inches tall. but why wouldn't it flower? my other lily of the valley is blossoming now. i'm going to go check the texture of the leaves right now. :)

Spicewood, TX(Zone 8b)

I don't know much about LOVs, but maybe it didn't flower because it was moved recently? I'll bet it will later. :-)

Oklahoma City, OK(Zone 7a)

Looks like Lily of the Valley to me, too.

Springfield, MA(Zone 6a)

the funny thing is, that it has never blossomed in its original location either and it has been there for years, that is why i questioned weather it was a LOV. well hopefully time will tell. :) thank folks.

Altstaedten, Germany

I had a LOV on a roof terrace, planted under a small sycamore tree and it didn't flower for about 5 years. Quite suddenly it was blooming and has bloomed the last few years. I didn't move it; it just decided the time was right.

Allen, MI(Zone 5a)

does it smell like onion or garlic? I have some wild leeks in my wild garden that look like that!

Helsinki, Finland(Zone 4b)

Looks like a Convallaria to me too. Some places here are full of it and it is just starting to flower..

This message was edited Saturday, May 18th 1:09 PM

Grove City, OH(Zone 6a)

I have the same difficulty with my LOTV not flowering. I have found that when it is massivly crowded it flowers better, but then of course, you can't find the flowers! (sigh)

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