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Synonyms for bluebell

one of the most handsome prairie wildflowers having large erect bell-shaped bluish flowers

perennial of northern hemisphere with slender stems and bell-shaped blue flowers

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Bluebell failed to fully clear a corner and Cameron King set up Miele who struck a delightful right-footed shot to the far corner.
Examiner photographer Simon Morley took these pictures of a carpet of bluebells in woodland at Dog Kennel Bank, Longley.
Do remember to tread lightly though; it takes at least five years for a bluebell seed to develop into a bulb to produce flowers.
4 Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland When you've done all five miles of bluebell walks, there's the 18th century house to explore in the most glorious setting.
Despite the title, Bluebell is our guide through the trials and tribulations of a decidedly middle class family muddling their way through a new school year.
At Belsay a total of around 500 native and heritage varieties of daffodils are being planted, and this week visitors can collect a free native daffodil or bluebell bulb for their own gardens.
com)-- Orientis Gourmet and Bluebell Group are pleased to announce their partnership for the distribution of Kusmi Tea in Japan.
The Bluebell in Acklam has nailed its colours to the mast when it comes to Boro's chances.
The Middle Eastern market is growing, especially as media companies transition from SDI- to IP-based infrastructures, so now is an ideal time to build a stronger presence in the region," said Paul McCann, Managing Director, Bluebell Opticom.
The refreshing opening mingles with middle notes of orange flower, bluebell flower and jasmine sambac to completely draw your senses.
Yours sound like the albino form of a proper bluebell, Hyacinthoides non-scripta.
Then we realised the Spanish bluebell was hybridising with the native and this was what people were being sold in garden centres," the botanist said.
ZOE CHAMBERLAIN visits 20 bluebell woods in Birmingham and beyond CARPETS of bluebells are starting to bloom across the Midlands as a joyful sign that spring is here.