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Virginia Bluebell is Hardy in Planting Zones 3-8
You will find beautiful Virginia Bluebells along many streams and surrounding areas throughout Virginia in the United States. You will see acres and acres of this plant blooming in the spring. It's also known as Mertensia Virginica. It's a significant long live perennial plant that can populate a garden or other growing space for years and years. Usually, the flower blooms in blue but not, and then you will see them in shades of pink or white. You can propagate them to grow in your garden. This should be done for best results when they are dormant in the fall. The hardiness planting zones for this flower are 3 through 8, and they are resistant to rabbits and deer and have minimal problems with pests. They do best when planted in an average soil rich with hummus and can flourish in full sun or semi-shade conditions. These beautiful flowers can mature to a height of 18-24 inches. The best time to plant the bulb blasted Bluebells is in the early to mid-fall. Exposing them to 3 or 4 months of colder weather conditions allows them to set their roots, and you can expect them to appear in the early signs of spring, with blooming occurring in mid to later spring. March or April depending on how early your spring arrives.
Virginia Bluebell is Ideal for Massing Together in Groups and Lining them around Other Plants and Flowers
Their key feature is the beautiful blue tubular flowers they sprout and are contrasted by their long, vibrant green pointy leaves when healthy. They hang in clusters, and you will get an added addition to your scenery when they begin to attract butterflies. They are ideal for massing together in groups and lining them around other plants and flowers. Virginia bluebells would be a welcome and enhancing addition to any garden or landscaping design and are always something pretty to look forward to each spring.