Although Bluebells remain an unprotected plant in the Republic of Ireland, in the UK, they are in fact such. Landowners are forbidden to pick and sell the Bluebells and so attempts at breeding a sort to flourish within a commercial environment. They favour western areas and prosper best in wooded areas out of the reach of direct sunlight.
This photo was taken when the ever hopeful grandchildren were out looking for pixies! You can see the carpet affect these beautiful flowers present when growing in their favoured circumstances.                                                                                                                            Associated with the weather of late spring we have finally seen them bloom in the early days of June!Image

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