When do bluebells bloom?

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Bluebells usually bloom from late spring to early summer producing green stems and eye-catching clusters of blue bell-shaped blossoms. They are shade loving plants whose bulbs should be exposed to the winter so that they bloom in spring.
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April.
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Scottish Bluebells (scilla) should be starting to flower now and will continue until the end of May/ the beginning of June. Professional Gardner for 30 odd yrs.
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Bluebells bloom in spring. They bloom before the leaves form on the trees, as they are woodland plants. Once the leaves cast shade over the bluebells they die down, coming up again
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Bluebells starts to bloom between April and May. This is the season whereby there is warm climate and sufficient light for them to bloom. In cold weather, the bluebells remains at
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