Hyacinthoides non-scripta have perfect blue bells suspended from a nodding stem. This wildflower is not to be confused with spanish bluebells of garden origin, which are more upright and substantial in flower, or harebell Campanula rotundifolia, which is even more delicate and flowers later.
Bluebells are often seen in woodland, flowering in the spring. The blue flowers can often be spotted alongside wild garlic, primroses and wood anemones.
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