Common bluebell, Wild hyacinth, Wood bell, Fairy flower (Eng.)
These bulbous perennials with violet-blue, beautiful arching flowers are found throughout western Europe. Known for inhabiting ancient woodlands, bluebells form large carpets of flowers often referred to as bluebell woods throughout the British isles. The Bluebell has become a common sight among cottage gardens, wild meadows and woodland plantings. With their broad light tolerance and ability to multiply quickly they have become a favoured bulb bringing swaithes of colour to gardens towards the end of spring.