New splash of colour in Kelston clump

This was nice to see after our December bluebell planting efforts.

We’re very much hoping these are Hyacinthoides non-scripta and not the other ones; we love Jamon iberica but Hyacinthoides hispanica not so much…

Here’s the key to distinguish them…

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2 Responses to New splash of colour in Kelston clump

  1. Clare Heath says:

    Those look English to me… lovely blue with drooping heads

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Anonymous says:

    We’re hoping. We just didnt do a detailed check; we need to. It would be odd if there had been an invasion of the Spanish type the same year we planted so many English bulbs.

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