April 29, 2014

Virginia Bluebells

Mertensia virginica

Bluebells grow in moist woodlands. These are in Harrisonburg, but I've seen stream valleys full of them.
Linking to: Nature Notes

14 comments:

  1. Oh how pretty. The only thing blooming here is the daffodils.

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  2. Pretty flowers. Wish they grew here.

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  3. The bluebells are lovely! Have a great evening!

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  4. Linda, if your area has a location called a square, go with that! That's what I did for the theme day.

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  5. I love the blue color too which is accentuated by a beautiful day.

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  6. I really like these bluebells. The colors are wonderful.

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  7. Those are lovely. I don't think I've seen any grow around here on our farm.

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  8. Lovely, lovely images. Yes, portraits in a beautiful area like you show, it makes for a perfect day and great post!!

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  9. lindas e diferentes flores! bj

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  10. How pretty they are. I am looking for some woodland flowers to plant in my yard that are native to my area.. Michelle

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