How To Grow Virginia Bluebells
A low-growing herbaceous hardy perennial plant, content with average soil in semi-shade or full sun, the Virginia bluebells requires no special skill... [MORE]
Growing Virginia Bluebells – What Are Virginia Bluebell Flowers
Growing Virginia bluebells in their native range is a great way to add pretty spring and early summer color. These gorgeous wildflowers thrive in partially shady woodlands and can be used to naturalize gardens, in beds, wooded areas, and borders. Learn more in this article.
Ring in the New Year with Bluebells!
The bells are ringing! A new decade fast approaches, but your optimism is challenged by reports of the Sixth Extinction; what to do? Why not make a New Year’s Resolution to ring in the new by using more native plants in your garden? That’s a win-win resolution - you’ll have fun instead of dreading its fulfillment, and you will be helping sustain all the life in your local ecosystem. Renew your sense of hope with bluebells, a native plant as intriguing as it is beautiful. With nearly 40…
Virginia Bluebells, Mertensia virginica, Chattahoochee National Forest, Chattooga County, Georgia
This single population in northwest Georgia offers one of the widest varieties of color I have seen in this species.