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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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Our Bluebell festival provided the opportunity for all the family to experience this.
Dotted through the bluebells were clusters of Allium triquestrum, the three cornered leek which looks a lot like a white bluebell.
The reference to and hostility toward the Spanish bluebells is due to the fact that our beautiful traditional bluebell is under threat from an aggressive hybrid (Hyacinthoides x massartiana), the product of cross-breeding between the native bluebell and the Spanish variety (Hyacinthoides hispanica).
Spanish bluebells were introduced in 1683," said the organisation's Trevor Dines.
The wild bluebell, Hyacinthoides non-scripta, gives the countryside a splash of spring colour, looking stunning in the grass under trees with white or grey bark such as the British native birch.
The many woods in the Chilterns are famous for their bluebells in early May - visit Cowleaze Woods for a stunning display.
uk/lickeyhills COUGHTON COURT, ALCESTER, WARWICKSHIRE Stroll through the carpet of bluebells which really are as spectacular as Coughton Court itself.
Mr Earp said: "When the bluebells are in bloom on the dales, it's a beautiful sight to see.
After an exceptionally cold December, the coldest for more than a century, bluebells (http://www.
The bluebell starts growing in January with its sole purpose to flower before the other woodland plants which have this year stalled because of the dry weather.
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.
Chirk Castle: The sight and scent of thousands of bluebells fill Chirk Castle''s woods.
Create your own colourful carpet of unrivalled iridescent blue early next spring with those old traditional favourites, bluebells.
Bluebells However big or small your wedding, Bluebells florists will make your day extra special.
She said: "In May the garden is full of bluebells and people come to enjoy the views while having a bite to eat.