Sunday, 26 May 2013

More Whitebells

A further search of woodland where I found Whitebells previously, revealed two more plants in separate locations. These are pure white as opposed to the white/blue ones found previously in the same general area.



Below are an update image of Whitebells with a tinge of blue that I featured (see link below).
They have now come out in full bloom now. 



17 comments:

  1. Great shots Roy. Perhaps the Whitebell is not as uncommon as we might think, it's just a matter of locating them? I much prefer the look of the bi-colour one. That's got to be rare, surely?...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, yes I like the bi-colour one.
      Its been growing there for a few years to my knowledge.

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  2. Good work in finding the pure white Bluebells in your wood. Lovely photo of it. I was at great wood with Bluebells yesterday and will put them on a post very soon but I didn't see any white Bluebells. Margaret

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  3. Hey Roy....Outstanding, just stunning in the bed of blue!!
    How nice it would be to lie in that patch , it would be like heaven,but then "Trevor" would come along, and call me a one of those
    "Morons" hahaha ; )!!
    Terrific find and photo's !!
    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG, I am sure Trevor would.{:))

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    2. I might have a few strong words to utter there Grace!...[;o)

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  4. Great shots of the white ones Roy.

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    1. Thanks Pete, yes it makes a nice change.

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  6. All of these colors are lovely.

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  7. Hi Roy

    What stunning flowers.

    Guy

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  8. What this beautiful white bells.
    I think I've seen it yourself. Yet never
    Just beautiful!

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