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May 11, 2022


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Penny Mcintyre

The bluebells are prolific this year in the highlands. So pretty amongst the primroses and against the gorse. Soon all the rhododendrons will be out.


My north garden is filled with them at the moment, makes one soooo happy. This amount in your woods is stunning, Lucy.

Carolyn Wilcox

Gorgeous color

My creative life

Just beautiful x


I've just been to visit family in Ireland and they were stunning there in the woods. I remember them in the woods in Sheffield behind my grandpa's house. They always bring back fond memories. I have never seen them in The Netherlands though.

Sally Spragg

Beautiful! I love bluebells and have some in my garden. Each year I threaten my husband not to get the lawn mower near them until they have finished flowering! They are so lovely!

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