Bluebells are a spectacular addition to the garden, especially if allowed to naturalise and flower beneath established trees, or are planted among columbines, hellebores and other spring flowering perennials. Easy to grow, try planting them under deciduous trees to create your own woodland.
Plant in a soil enriched with organic matter. Plant 10-20cm deep and . The best way to plant is to throw the bulbs on the ground and plant them where they lay. This creates a natural pattern that looks stunning when flowering. Moist soil is ideal but bluebells will tolerate periods of dryness, especially during the hot summer as they die down.