On day 328 of 365 Days Wild I spent some time with the white bluebells in the little woodland area.
There are a number of clumps of these lovely flowers dotted amongst the bluebells. They’re caused by a rare genetic mutation. It has been estimated that there is only one white bluebell for every 10,000 blue bluebells. We’re lucky enough to have quite a few of them happily multiplying under the trees at the bottom of the path.
What’s in flower where you are? Let me know in the comments below.
2 thoughts on “Among the White Bluebells”
nice close up of the “fly”?
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