Bluebell - Hyacinthoides non-scripta

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Known as Jacinth in Elizabethan times, this is the native British bluebell with nodding slender, fragrant flowers, unlike the scentless Spanish bluebell, or the rampant hybrids between the two which are also scentless. Familiar and found in many of our woodlands, it is easy to naturalise in open or shady ground. Grown from our pure Welsh stock it flowers in May, reaching its glorious peak in the middle of the month.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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Hyacinthoides non-scripta
Welsh Name: 
Clychau'r Glas
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Plant about 8cm deep in groups of approx. 4-7.
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Mid August to the End of October
Woodland, hedges, banks. Will tolerate most soil types in full sun or partial shade. Well drained soil that does not dry out.
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