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Here are six bluebells facts highighted by the Trust you may not know: | The bluebell has many names: English bluebell, wild hyacinth, wood bell, bell bottle, Cuckoo's Boots, Wood Hyacinth, Lady's Nightcap and Witches' Thimbles, Hyacinthoides non-scripta | It is against the law to intentionally pick, uproot or destroy bluebells | If you plant bluebells, you should make sure it's the English bluebell, not the Spanish version.
English bluebells and wood hyacinth, both botanically squills, share midseason bloom with crown imperial.
Spanish Bluebell or Wood Hyacinth (Hyacinthoides hispanica) has 12- to 16-inch stems supporting abundant, pendulous flowers of blue shades, white and pink.