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Plant these native bluebells in any collection of trees and shrubs and it makes them look like they’ve been there forever.
This is the true native British bluebell not the chunkier, unscented Spanish garden form.
|Variety:||non scripta (native bluebell)|
|Soil Type:||Heavy soil, damp||Site:||Woody area or shrubbery is best or plant against a damp shady wall or under a tree.||Height:||35cm||Spacing:||Plant 10-15cm deep,10 cm apart.||Hardiness:||Hardy||Care tips:||Propogate them by dividing clumps in late summer or by seed sown in autumn.||Flowers:||❀ April - May||For the vase:||Pick when they first emerge and sear the stems for 20 seconds. Use scissors to pull them up and cut above the white part of the stalk so as to not damage the bulb. Best arranged on it's own or with cowslips.|