I am amazed to find, despite everything said about these "thugs" that Spalding Bulbs are still trying to sell them, both on their website and through their catalogue. Do they know that these plants are cross breeding with out lovely native bluebells and threatening their extinction. Apparently this country has (at present) the largest number of bluebells in the world, but even in traditional bluebell woods spanish and cross bred bluebells are widely found. I hope my gardening pals will agree that it would be great if no decent gardener bought these invaders!!
Spanish Bluebells Still on Sale
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