Canadian Bluebells in the Variegatum?

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Not sure. Perhaps an expert may illuminate me.

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6 Responses to Canadian Bluebells in the Variegatum?

  1. artscottnet says:

    a great shot, they’re beautiful. And, thank you for continuing the journey with me to my new site, much appreciated

  2. mamacormier says:

    I believe these are called Scilla siberica. They come up every spring.

  3. Beautiful picture, and I think the Scilla is growing in a bed of Bishop’s weed Aegopodium podagraria ‘Variegatum’

    • masqua says:

      Yes. The Variegatum spreads like crazy but is useful for filling shady spaces and areas where a lawn isn’t practical. I don’t mind it up until late fall when the leaves begin to brown, but, if one wants to get rid of it they are in for a battle.

  4. Iamrcc says:

    Quite Lovely! Thank you for visiting and the like of my Weekly Photo Challenge representation of “From Above”.

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