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Other flowering plants and shrubs in my garden include rhododendrons, hellebores, astilbes, and Virginia bluebells. All these thrive happily beneath the garden's canopy of maple, oak, wild cherry, and catalpa trees. In June, the catalpa sheds beautiful, orchidlike flowers. Its blossoms are white, with violet veining.

from Sarah Raven

Bluebells (Hyacinthoides non scripta)

Plant these native bluebells in any collection of trees and shrubs and it makes them look like they've been there forever. This is the true native British bluebell not the chunkier, unscented Spanish garden form.

This Week in my Garden, The Bluebells are stand up tall and looking very Pretty!

Front garden tulips, bluebells and something delicate that smells amazing. Makes me smile to arrive gone each day

from Sarah Raven

Phacelia campanularia

Phacelia campanularia (California bluebell)- Sarah Raven. They bloom best given cool, dry, sunny weather in the spring and diminish in the hot, humid weather of summer. Plant seeds directly in side garden.

from Etsy

Climbing Bluebells, Sollya heterophylla, 15 seeds, Australian shrubby vine, edible berries, easy climber, ground cover, drought tolerant

Sollya Heterophylla A twining perennial climber with simple, evergreen leaves and nodding clusters of blue flowers across during summer, followed by purple berries. Perfect for training over an archway or pergola and ideal for container planting too.