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While similar to Wood Hyacinth, Bluebells bloom several weeks later and have wider foliage. I believe that these are the Spanish Bluebells variety rather than the more common English Bluebells.
The Bluebells have bloomed in 2002.
It's the end of May, 2003 and the bluebells have bloomed.
It's mid-May 2004 and the bluebells have bloomed.
It's mid-May 2005 and the bluebells have bloomed.
It's now two weeks into May 2006 and the bluebells have bloomed.
In mid-May 2008, I not only straightened out the Bluebells and Wood Hyacinth pages, but the Bluebells have bloomed!
It's Spring, 2009, and the Bluebells have bloomed.
It's May 2010 and the bluebells have bloomed, none the worse for wear despite having a tree fall on them!
MId-May 2011 brings with it the bloom of the bluebells.
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