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Bluebell

Hyacinthoides non-scripta

Description:

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.

Habitat:

Meadows and grass areas like parks.

Notes:

Seen in Mid-spring. Pink and white also available see or spottings

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hg_williams3
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hg_williams3

Kirklees, England, United Kingdom

Lat: 53.65, Long: -1.79

Spotted on May 16, 2013
Submitted on May 18, 2013

Spotted for Mission

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