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Bluebell

Bluebell
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Bluebell
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Wild Hyacinth Seeds
bag of 30 seeds


Originally the name of a young Greek ephebe (Hyacinth) whose Apollo was in love, "non-scripta" comes from Latin and means: without registration.
It belongs to the family of liliaceae, moreover, its very fragrant bells remind you perhaps those of another plant of the same family: lily of the valley.

The hyacinths of the woods are close to the scilles. Native to the undergrowth of Europe, this plant is well known and, in March April, clusters of blue-purple campanulaceous flowers appear.

Sow between July and January, under the trees, shrubs or in the shade of a south wall, either on the ground.

50 seeds per square meter approximately.

In the first year of mid spring, you will see grass shoots that are like a darker green and thinner than normal grass.

The following year will see stronger plants until maturity and flowers in the third year.

Size: 15 to 50 cm
bulb with tunics and scales, the size of a hazelnut,
inflorescence: loose cluster,
disappearing leaves in June, dry flower stalks persisting until autumn,
fruits: capsules.
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