As our climate changes to the arrival of summer, bluebells are flowering around the forests and woods of Great Britain. Bluebells are a beautiful flower and have been protected under legislation. The flowers are protected to stop any Bluebell thieves out there from harvesting them and making their own bouquets.
The flowers have long been admired by the British for many decades, flourishing in Mid spring. The flowers are protected and should not be picked. The flowers should only be admired by your eyes. We have found some fantastic images of these flowers, The bluebells can be seen blossoming in vast numbers, some say that this is a sign to a Hot summer. So keep growing Bluebells, we love you!
Do not pick the Bluebells as they are protected, but do take pictures, we would love to see yours.