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This is an uncommon variety of the flower. White bluebells bloom less heavily with between 5-10 bell shaped flowers per stalk. Flowers are small and white, leaves are long and thin blades that lie almost flat on the ground as in all bluebells. The corners of mature flowers may curl over.
Meadow, woodland or open grassy areas like parks
Found in spring. May also be Violet-blue or rarely pink, see other spottings