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Hyacinthoides is a genus of 12 species of bulbous perennial flowering plants in the Asparagaceae family. They are native to the Mediterranean basin with one, H. non-scripta, or the English bluebell found further north in parts of Northwestern Europe. They have clumps of strap-shaped leaves and bell-shaped or star-shaped usually blue flowers in Spring. H. non-scripta is a common sight in UK woodlands and is cultivated in naturalistic garden planting schemes.
How to propagate Bluebell
Division in late summer.
Special features of Bluebell
Other uses of Bluebell
Grown for their bluebell flowers.
Deer Resistant Plants
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