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- Harebell / Scottish Bluebell
Harebell / Scottish Bluebell
Description - The dainty violet-blue bellflowers can be found dancing on a breeze in wildflower meadows, beside hedgerows, on cliffs and up hillsides. The flowers grow in clusters at the top of slender stalks to around 40cm in height.
Growing conditions - Grows best in soil that is on the drier side, it will grow in most soils as long as the conditions are not too damp. It will grow in full sun or partial shade and doesn't mind a wind exposed site.
Uses - Pollinator friendly flowers are perfect for bees to climb inside.