Bluebells prefer moist, well-drained, rich soil and partial shade.
Hardy in Zones 3-8, bluebells grow from bulbs up to two feet high and bloom in spring. Fragrant, blue, bell-shaped flowers grow in clusters that arch gracefully from foot-tall spikes when fully opened. Beautiful in woodland gardens, they will colonize over time and are deer-resistant.
Bluebell Plants perennials are also known as Mertensia Virginica. Hardy planting zones are 4-9. They can grow in fertile, woodland areas in the eastern part of the United States. Bluebells are grown in average, moist, well-drained soils and need lots of shade. This plant can grow up to 2 feet tall and 2 feet wide. They bloom from early March to April and are a pinkish color as they are young until they mature then they will turn a bright blue color, giving them their Bluebell name. They need partial shade to full shade and fertile soils.
The bluebells offer a significant amount of color and when mixed in with other colorful flowers make a beautiful statement.
These blooms look just like small bluebells, with a bright little center. These are an excellent way to bring color to flower gardens, and they provide a stunning look as they are in bloom. These are trendy plants and can be found growing in wooded areas as soils and lighting conditions are perfect for them. These plants look spectacular where ever they are planted and are loved by homeowners and landscapers. These look amazing when added to gardens that also provide other flowering perennials around them. They are easily grown, and they take no special care as they mature. The foliage on these plants are usually in a lime green color, and the flowers spring from the center of the plants and appear on the long stems.
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