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Virginia Bluebells

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Virginia Bluebell - Mertensia Virginica

 The Virginia Bluebell is a favorite for Wildflower nurseries here in Tennessee. This flower blooms in early Spring. It has beautiful blueish-purple blooms. Depending on the soil type they can sometimes bloom pink. This flower is a shade lover but can tolerate small amounts of sun. Very easy to grow. The underground rhizomes also self pollinate over a period of time making them perfect for flowerbeds. The Bluebell is very popular for growing in fields as their beauty is enjoyed by families and photographers alike. This perennial ships bareroot.

It is a native North American wildflower that can be found growing in wet, rich woods, reaching heights of 18-24 inches tall.

It is best to plant these perennials in Fall or late Winter before they begin to bloom for the Early-Spring season. Transplanting while in full bloom is not recommended.  There is no need to cut back or prune these flowers. Once planted and established this flower does all the work itself.  

Homeowners have been using this plant for years. It does best when after being planted, for the gardener to leave undisturbed. It will colonize itself and will also go dormant for Winter (die back) and return the following early Spring. Planting Daffodils in near areas is a great idea, the contrast of colors looks amazing. Photographers has highly sought after these two specific flowers for photographs for years. We do not think this technique will end any time soon either!

Here at Native Wildflowers Nursery this is personally our most favorite wildflower. For 4 generations it has been well sought after for personal gardens. We love this flower so much it is literally planted all across our wood line. No matter how many times we have moved from home to home over the years we always dig up our Bluebells and take them with us. Something this wonderful can not be left behind. 

 

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    Virginia Bluebell - Mertensia Virginica

     The Virginia Bluebell is a favorite for Wildflower nurseries here in Tennessee. This flower blooms in early Spring. It has beautiful blueish-purple blooms. Depending on the soil type they can sometimes bloom pink. This flower is a shade lover but can tolerate small amounts of sun. Very easy to grow. The underground rhizomes also self pollinate over a period of time making them perfect for flowerbeds. The Bluebell is very popular for growing in fields as their beauty is enjoyed by families and photographers alike. This perennial ships bareroot.

    It is a native North American wildflower that can be found growing in wet, rich woods, reaching heights of 18-24 inches tall.

    It is best to plant these perennials in Fall or late Winter before they begin to bloom for the Early-Spring season. Transplanting while in full bloom is not recommended.  There is no need to cut back or prune these flowers. Once planted and established this flower does all the work itself.  

    Homeowners have been using this plant for years. It does best when after being planted, for the gardener to leave undisturbed. It will colonize itself and will also go dormant for Winter (die back) and return the following early Spring. Planting Daffodils in near areas is a great idea, the contrast of colors looks amazing. Photographers has highly sought after these two specific flowers for photographs for years. We do not think this technique will end any time soon either!

    Here at Native Wildflowers Nursery this is personally our most favorite wildflower. For 4 generations it has been well sought after for personal gardens. We love this flower so much it is literally planted all across our wood line. No matter how many times we have moved from home to home over the years we always dig up our Bluebells and take them with us. Something this wonderful can not be left behind. 

     

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    Elfriede Henninger Smith

    Harbinger of Spring

    The bare roots I received looked very healthy. They should adapt to my garden without any problems.

    can't wait

    Beautiful tubers can't wait till they pop out of the grouny
    Glenna H.

    Excellent, Sturdy Rhizomes

    I just received 100 (at least) Bluebells. They were strong healthy rhizomes and arrived in excellent condition. What a deal.

    Best Place for Bare Root Bluebells!

    They arrived as promised and in excellent condition, packed perfectly!
    Tania

    Wonderful bareroot!

    Terrific shape and quality. I won't see them til next year, but they certainly look good.
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