How to use Bluebells in a sentence
The junction here is a good place to see bluebells in spring.
Spring comes early in Cornwall and in March the lane is studded with primroses followed by bluebells, campion and foxgloves.
Because I have bluebells growing annually I have been careful where I tread in the springtime.
Gardeners must take care not to plant Spanish or hybrid bluebells in the countryside or near native populations.
Spanish bluebells are much more erect than the native plant; hybrids are intermediate.Advertisement
Among other new features this year will be a display of cultivated native British bluebells in the Atlantic Woodland section.
There are carpets of English bluebells on the leeward side of the wood.
Why not take the path south down across the field where you may be lucky enough to see new born foals among the bluebells?
In spring bluebells abound and in autumn you enter a colorful forest glade.
The bluebells were in bloom among the trunks, giving the place a carpet of dark lilac.Advertisement
By selectively amplifying fungal DNA it had been shown that, in bluebells, 2 or 3 genera of arbuscular mycorrhiza are present.
England has a wealth of wild flowers including snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells, primroses, buttercups and cowslips.
In spring and early summer snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells carpet the woodland floor.
Cut back and remove undergrowth that is strangling an area of bluebells.
Green Tea, Bluebells and Gooseberry Jam are other limited edition scents that are hard to find.Advertisement
We picked bluebells, a large bunch each to take home for Mom.
New woodlands tend to have inherently low biodiversity and need the jump-start that bluebells and other woodland wildflowers provide.