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This is the most common variety of the flower. Bluebells bloom heavily with between 5-15 flowers per stalk. Flowers are small and violet-blue, leaves are long and thin blades that lie almost flat on the ground. The corners of mature flowers may curl over and fade in colour.
Meadows and grass areas like parks.
Seen in Mid-spring. Pink and white also available see or spottings