|Variety: English Bluebells (Scilla Nutans non-scripta)|
|Flowering height: 12 ins|
|Month: April into May|
|Clare Bulb Co comment:
wonderful bulb to grow in their natural habitat, which is in dappled
shade, beneath trees,
especially deciduous trees, and by water. They like to be planted quite
deeply, in the wild being
12 inches down, or more. The bulbs must be moist in the summer, which
explains the depth at which they grow. Bluebells spread over time if they like
where they are.
Click here for more information about bluebells, (including our view on Spanish bluebells) and how we sell them "in the green".
In the lower picture one of our Labradors can be seen
in a customer's wooded area.