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Hyacinthoides Non-Scripta, the English Bluebell is probably Britain's favourite wildflower. Over recent years there has been much talk of the Spanish Bluebell and it taking over and killing off our native English Bluebell; this is a very genuine threat as our native English Bluebell will indeed readily cross pollinate and hybridise. Here we give you the chance to fight back with our seed! The plants will start to flower in their fourth year and from then on should start to self seed and gradually form the traditional 'carpet' as can be seen on the floors of many ancient woodlands. The profuse late Spring bloom is the just reward for protecting and restoring this cherished Perennial wildflower.
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Tolerates most soils. Prefer a partial shade position, ideally under deciduous trees or shrubs as this will mimic their natural habitat where in Spring the good supply of light (as there is no foliage cover on the trees) will allow strong Spring growth whilst later in the year the shade will allow the bulbs to swell underground. Bluebells will not however tolerate deep shade. Sow in open ground in semi shade or in seed trays. Gently scarify the soil and sow on top Sowing is best undertaken from late Summer onwards; frost or snow following sowing aids germination. Avoid heated propagators as this native plants needs cool conditions.