Flowers of Scotland - Spring


Part of the same family as the hyacinth, bluebells are often found naturalised in shady woods or upland grassland in many parts of Scotland. They spread easily and can often form a wide carpet of blooms. However, this clump of bluebells was growing in the kitchen garden at Drummond Castle.

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