Blue bell flowers bloom from mid-April to the end of May, growing close to each other like a rug across Wakehurst forest.
Blue bellflower (bluebell) is one of the most beautiful wild flowers in the world. Since mid-April, millions of blue bell flowers have covered the ground of Wakehurst Botanical Garden, West Sussex, England.
Blue bell flower season usually lasts from 3 to 5 weeks, with the colors blue, white or pink. This flower appears throughout the forests of Europe but most beautiful in the southwest of England, where the climate is warmer than the rest of the country.
The green bell is a perennial plant, the nutrients to feed the tree are in the tubers in the ground. In some places like Wakehurst, blue bell peppers grow close together to create colorful carpets. This is also a sign to tourists know they are in an old forest.
This flower is shaped like a bell and sweet fragrance. The blooming flowers will droop and can reach 20 flowers per branch.
England has a law that forbids anyone including the landowner to dig wild flowers for sale.
This flower is also very fragile, easily damaged when people step on it. Blue bell flower sightseeing areas are all recommended for tourists to follow only the existing trails.
All plant parts contain glycosides, which, when swallowed, cause symptoms such as decreased heart rate, diarrhea, hypotension and nausea.
The entrance fee to Wakehurst Botanical Garden is 13.95 euros (about 360,000 VND) per adult and free for children under 16 years old. In addition to the beautiful green bell-like carpet of flowers, visitors can also visit medieval villas, seed banks that store 25% of the world’s plants and a variety of gardens, meadow.