​What Makes Virginia Bluebells Stand Out?

​What Makes Virginia Bluebells Stand Out?

Posted by Tammy on Dec 31, 1969

The flowers that are up to a single inch tall are pollinated by bumblebees and other bees that are

long-tongued as well. The flowers will be visited by other creatures as well, including

skippers, butterflies, flower flies, and bee flies. Are you a fan of hummingbirds? Virginia

Bluebells are going to be able to be visited by hummingbird moths and hummingbirds

themselves as well. Aside from attracting wildlife, the fertilized flowers will produce wrinkled

nuts, and they each have four seeds (this will occur in the early summer).

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If the pollinator population is a concern of yours, you will be happy with these flowers because

they provide an early source of nectar and pollen. The honeybees come out in the early

springtime, and they want nourishment. With all of the problems that are happening, they are

running out of ways to get it. That is why these flowers are so helpful to the population. Several

farmers have been planting these as well because they want to be able to make sure they can help

as well. It would be best if you never harvested plants from the wild. However, make sure that

you are educating yourself properly and understand that we can give these flowers the best

chance to survive and the wildlife the best chance to live.

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The Virginia Bluebells are a unique flower, and when you plant these in your garden, you have

the chance to create something beautiful and intriguing as a result. They are lovely but

straightforward at the same time. Let your flowers take your garden to the next level to make your spring stand out.