Similar to the common bluebell, but paler (and more blue than purple), and grows on upright stalks rather than drooping. Recently introduced to the UK, where it is a threat to the common bluebell. It easily hybridises with it, and as such the common bluebell is now protected.
Found in similar habitats to common bluebell - grassland, woodland and hedgerows. I found these in an open grassy area.
I'm actually not entirely sure if this is the Spanish bluebell, or a hybrid. The anthers are not blue, but they are supposed to be in both the Spanish and hybrid bluebells... any help with this is appreciated.