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Built by John, Second Duke of Montagu, in the 1770s, its colorful parade of snowdrops, crocuses, daffodils, and bluebells stretch from the house to as far as the moat.
Nothing will get you in the mood to spring forward like a bouquet of spring jokes, spring one-liners, and spring puns, which pop up alongside tulips, daffodils, and bluebells.
Grape hyacinths, crocus, snowdrops, Siberian squill and bluebells can be grown under deciduous trees.
Local youngsters Bella (left) and Daisy run through a forest covered in bluebells near Marlborough in southern England, on May 4, 2015.
Virginia bluebells are the opposite of tulips and daffodils in this way.
In another key scene, the two ride out into a wood filled with bluebells.
In a scene that epitomizes the film's discreet but charged sensuality, Michell, Eley and the two leads transform a lovely bluebell wood into a place charged with omen.
This decade, the Elgin Garden Club put up a bird bath with oak leaves on stepping stones with impressions of Virginia bluebells at Hawthorne Hills Nature Center on Elgin's west side in Umberger 's honor.
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Definition of bluebell for English Language Learners
: a plant with blue flowers that are shaped like bells
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