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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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A spokesperson for the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust - which is inviting people to take pictures of bluebells to post on its Facebook wall or tweet @ YorksWildlife - said: "With sunlight still able to hit the forest floor, bluebells literally explode across many woodlands here in Yorkshire.
And if you haven't had the time to visit a bluebell wood yet, do make an effort over the Bank Holiday weekend.
MOSELEY BOG Yardley Wood Road, Moseley, B13 9JX This nature reserve is packed with plants, wildlife, old gnarled trees and stunning displays of bluebells each spring.
GARDENERS in Northumberland have joined the battle to save native and historic varieties of daffodils and bluebells.
Start planting now for wild spring drifts of snowdrops, bluebells and daffodils.
The Woodland Trust has hundreds of sites across the UK for spring walks among the bluebells - and for 2016 it's launched an augmented reality smartphone app that leads families on a "magic" path through 24 of its woods.
Last week, Janice Oliver emailed to say she had found clumps of bluebells with white ones growing among them and asked if it was rare.
WALES' native bluebells face being wiped out within 50 years - because of an advancing army of foreign flowers.
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.
99 ENGLISH BLUEBELLSENGLISH BLUEBELLS Picture a carpet of English bluebells drenched in warm April sunlight; their scented violet-blue bells nod delicately above glossy green foliage.
In the spring the line is adorned with primroses, daffodils and, surprise, surprise, bluebells, but it is particularly during the winter months that the sights, smells and sounds of a travelling steam train conjure up a nostalgic atmosphere.
ClickPress, Tue Apr 12 2011] The National Trust has predicted an early and fantastic display of bluebells this year following the mild and dry start to 2011.
Although last December was the coldest for a century, it has been followed by the mildest February for a decade and a mild, dry March, prompting bluebells to start flowering a couple of weeks earlier than normal, the National Trust said.