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Hyacinthoides non-scripta English Bluebells

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By Drc726


Hyacinthoides non-scripta  English Bluebells  (Hyacinthoides non-scripta - Bluebells)

The English Bluebell flowers are on one side of the stem making it curve downwards to give its characteristic look. (The Spanish Bluebells are all round the stem and stay upright).



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My blue bells are all coming out, they say bluebells are flowering a month early this year. thinking about it mine are usually later in May.

26 Apr, 2011

 

I am finding the same, my Laburnum is out to.

26 Apr, 2011

 

Thanks for that Drc wondered how to tell the difference, aren't they beautiful, we went for a walk in a nearby wood yesterday and it was covered in bluebells, never seen so many, the scent was wonderful, put the camera on charge and left it at home !!!
Yes laburnum are out here too.

26 Apr, 2011

 

good shot :)

26 Apr, 2011



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