Do bluebells grow in France?

English bluebells are native to France and England and have been gracing gardens and wooded areas since the early 1500’s. They grow to 25-30cm and are planted in autumn for spring flowering.

Where can I find bluebells flowers?

Bluebells are some of the most commonly found and grown flowers in carpeting woodlands, beautiful gardens, meadows, glens and even along pathways. They are favorites amongst both sides of the Atlantic and typically grow in North America and reaching out to North Africa.

What does a bluebell symbolize?

In the language of flowers, the bluebell is a symbol of humility, constancy, gratitude and everlasting love.

When should I plant bluebells?

Bluebells in the green should be planted on arrival in spring; dry bulbs should be planted in autumn.

Is it bad luck to pick bluebells?

It has always been said to be very unlucky to bring the bluebell into the house, and children would have once been warned to avoid picking them, in fact, it was once believed that a child who picked a bluebell would never be seen again, and an adult who did so would be forever followed by a woodland goblin.

What part of bluebells are poisonous to dogs?

Bluebell. All parts of the bluebell pose a risk to dogs, and can even be deadly in large amounts. The function of the heart can be affected, depending on the amount consumed. Diarrhoea, vomiting and abdominal problems are also possible side effects.

What part of a bluebell is poisonous?

All parts of the bluebell plant contain toxic glycocides that are poisonous to humans, dogs, horses and cattle. If any part of the plant is eaten, it can cause serious stomach upset, and if consumed in large quantities, may be fatal. The bulbs are easily mistaken for spring onions or garlic.

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What kind of flowers are in Virginia bluebells?

A spring ephemeral native to eastern North America, Virginia bluebells are perennials with blue, bell-shape flowers that open above bright green foliage in midspring.

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