Despite its name, the flower is not a lily. This beautiful delicate flowering plant is officially part of the Asparagaceae family. Lily of the Valley is often used in weddings, and at the beginning of the 20th century it became tradition in France to sell Lily of the Valley during May day celebrations as a symbol of spring. Delicate fragrance of this spring flowering plant has been the source of many inspirations for perfumers. In 1956, Dior produced Diorissimo, a fragrance simulating Lily of the Valley scent. Also known as Muguet in France, this plant was Christian Dior’s favourite flower. Other perfumes based on the flower include Hendri Robert’s Muguet de Bois. Pnehalligon’s Lily of the Valley. Odore Mio’s collection of fragrances containing Lily of the Valley notes includes: Lily of the Valley OM 63, Muguet OM 64, Devotion OM 65.