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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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co Bluebells are often found in Beech Woods and they have sharp leaf tips to allow them to push through the tough beech leaf carpet on the woodland floor - look carefully and you might even see a beech leaf speared by a bluebell's leaf.
TO FIND the white bluebell you need the positive mindset that one will be there according to Echo reader Tobias Gould.
Albert Park manager Tracy Roulston said: "The bluebells are always a popular sight in the Park, but this year they have a special significance.
This magnificent display of thousands of bluebells, which flower from mid-April to late May depending on the weather, is delighting Midland walkers and is a must-see.
A private bluebell wood is opening to the public this weekend for the National Garden Scheme.
But among the wildlife that springs up during the first full season of the year, few things are better loved than bluebells.
Back to bluebells, most insects will be helping them by pollinating the flowers as they move from plant to plant.
Spring has arrived and what better way tobrighten up your daythan by taking a walk to see the bluebells in Surrey?
3 Croome, Worcestershire Find amazing displays of bluebells in the Church Shrubbery, the Evergreen Shrubbery, near the Island Pavilion and the Shelter Belt.
Start planting now for wild spring drifts of snowdrops, bluebells and daffodils.
A short spring walk at Calke Abbey through the best places on the estate to see bluebells.
My blue heaven: Diarmuid admires bluebells in Guernsey However it was also the weekend bluebells started emerging.
WALES' native bluebells face being wiped out within 50 years - because of an advancing army of foreign flowers.