|Release||28 April 2009 (Update)|
|High alch||0 coins|
|Low alch||0 coins|
|Destroy||I can pick more from just about everywhere.|
|On death||Always lost|
|Examine||A little and fragrant, bell-shaped spring flower. It will vanish with the next update.|
Lilies of the valley are wieldable flowers which give small bonuses to the player wielding them. They were a part of the Start of May events in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016. They were released on 28 April 2009 to mark the beginning of May. The lilies only appear once a year and could be found everywhere on RuneScape whilst they were in the game; even within different random events. They can be picked infinite times and never be depleted.
The lilies may be smelled when wielded (formerly via Operate function) or when present in players' inventories.
They can be given to another player with accept aid on by using them on the player, provided they do not already own a lily of the valley. This triggers the message "You give a lily of the valley to <player>." Receiving a lily of the valley this way gives the message "<player> has given you a lily of the valley."
Upon using a lily with a gravestone, players place the item on the ground and receive the message "That was very sweet of you." If used on player's own grave, a message "Whoever heard of bringing flowers to one's own grave?" appears instead.
|Armour||0||PvM: 0%||PvP: 0%|
|Life points||0||Style bonuses|
|[FAQ] • [doc]|
The lilies of the valley appeared between the following dates.
|2009||28 April||19 May|
|2010||28 April||15 May|
|2013||2 May||13 May|
|2015||27 April||18 May|
|2016||3 May||16 May|
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||98.9%|
- The part of the examine text that says 'It will vanish with the next update' means the flower is one of the few items to that breaks the fourth wall. Other such items are the Oktoberfest Pretzel, Easter Carrot, Hati Paws and the Golden hammer.
- The item is named after Lily of the Valley day, a French holiday on the 1st of May.
- Lily of the valley cannot be placed in a Keepsake Box.