Virginia Bluebells


One of my very favorite spring wildflowers! We have a bunch of ’em on our farm.


  1. Julie says:

    So beautiful and dainty!

  2. Michele Messier says:

    Pretty! :sun: :sun: :sun: :sun: :sun: :sun: :sun:

  3. Barbee' says:

    Aren’t you lucky!! I have a few and look forward to their show every year. :happyflower:

  4. Leah says:

    I love the bluebells,they’re so dainty and pretty!

  5. mochah says:

    Lucky you! I have a few and they are among my favorite spring flowers. I love all things blue.

  6. Mary says:

    Many years ago my mother used to bring all us kids into the woods at this time of year looking for arbutuses. They were the prettiest little flower ever with the most wonderful fragrance. We live in Northern Michigan, and they appeared just as there were a few patches of snow left on the ground. My mother always knew just when to load us into the car and tromp through the woods. She was a real lover of nature. My sisters and I have not seen an arbutus in years, but your blog and pictures today bring back such memories. Funny, as this is the date of her death…8 years ago. She would have loved your website.

  7. Sandra in SC says:

    How beautiful they are!!

  8. Lynda Dunham-Watkins says:

    I planted some a few years back and have Virginia Bluebells in Texas now! They are so beautiful and really big this year.

  9. Karen Anne says:

    It took a few efforts, but I have bluebells in RI too.

  10. mommafox says:

    We have bluebells in Iowa too and I see a lot of them transplanted in gardens in town. I have one this year that is all pink. Usually the buds are pink and turn blue as they fully open, but this one has fully opened blooms that are pink. Looks kind of lonesome in amongst all the blue ones. :happyflower:

  11. marymac says:

    I love Blue Bells, and transplanted a few to my yard too. Mother Nature in her glory!!

  12. lavenderblue says:

    No bluebells around here but I look forward to the violets. The only trouble is they don’t last long and there aren’t nearly enough of them in my yard.

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