Spanish bluebells

Diane via pbs
Fri, 24 Apr 2020 11:30:34 PDT
Well, the leaves are not poisonous - the bluebells are browsed regularly by deer which ignore the trilliums and erythroniums growing among them.  The deer never eat snowdrops, daffodils, or iris.

I was re-reading an old RHS Journal. (The Garden, by the Royal Horticultural Society) which said they are resistant to most herbicides and should be dug out and disposed of responsibly - don’t toss them in the woods.


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