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Ah! one of the things I miss!
The displays are wonderful this spring the early sunshine has brought them on a treat.
These are a beautiful color.
To see these in their tens of hundreds growing in a spring woodland is a really special sight over here. Even just a couple are lovely.
How lovely. They are early. Do you have many bluebell woods near you?
Locally, we have a very decent show at Maulden Woods, where we walk our dog, the Wildlife Trust has a list of Bluebell woods in each county and I am hoping to visit a couple further afield over the Easter break.
When you see them growing en masse in woodlands its pretty spectacular.
Beautiful! We have a different type of bluebell here, aptly named Virginia bluebells or mertensia. But they are all beautiful carpeting the forest floor, regardless of where they grow. 🙂
I have just looked yours up as I had not heard of Virginia bluebells before, ours is a bulb and smaller. Your bluebells grow taller, they must be a really beautiful sight.
I love bluebells!
Me too, I am just back from a walk with my dog through one of nearby bluebell woods and the scent is wonderful this morning.
I think the closest we come to bluebell woods in this part of Canada is the blue scilla that carpet the hillsides in the spring.
Lovely. I just planted the Spanish bluebells last fall, they are up but not blooming yet. Also lots of Virginia bluebells.
Casa mariposa mentioned Virginia bluebells, I had not heard of them before, they sound very lovely, I hope you have a good display.