Time for Bluebells


Bluebells at Linslade Woods in Leighton Buzzard

Bluebells growing in spring with flowers in violet-blue, white or even pink.
The shoots emerge from early January, before trees’ leaves block a large proportion of the available sunlight.

The drooping, blue bell shaped flowers, which give the plant its most common name, appear from April to June.
Blue Bells are known under many other names which include Auld Man’s Bell, Jacinth, Wilde Hyacinte and Wood Bells.

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In and around Leighton Buzzard, Milton Keynes, Beds, Bucks and Herts.

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