Evening photos: Bluebells in England

A deer runs through bluebells in Micheldever Woods, Hampshire. By Victoria Jones/Solent News

Young Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in bluebell woodsAnother animal shot, found on Pinterest: Rabbit and bluebells, Surrey, England

d984fe78fa7f0e9f2afe694ff1e4a3c3Another one from Pinterest: the caption claims that half the world’s bluebells are in the UK.

  • bob e

    thank you frau .. these things are
    all so beautiful ..

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    I like eating them.

    • The Goat

      Eat deer and rabbits, not goats.

    • AlanUK

      Do you mean bluebells (poisonous – contain alkaloids) or Bambi and Thumper?

      • Raymond Hietapakka

        The Bluebell variety found in N.W.Ontario is edible…

        • AlanUK

          In the UK they are a protected species. No picking flowers or digging up bulbs. The biggest threat to the British bluebell is the Spanish version. Less subtle in their growth habit, less scent, and capable of cross breeding and replacing the native variety.

  • AlanUK

    A display of British bluebells in a woodland area can be breath-taking.
    For more info. about bluebells try:
    Gives 25-49% of bluebells worldwide are in the UK. (no idea why so wide a figure).