Likely the boldest of our Woodland Shade area plants, the Virginia Bluebell plant grows flowers that range in color from pink, to purple, to dark blue, to light blue. Virginia Bluebell flowers are amongst the first to bloom in the Spring and go completely dormant in the Summer. Once they are able to self-seed, your Virginia Bluebell will act as a type of groundcover, as they spread fairly rapidly forming fields of beautiful blue flowers.
Virginia Bluebells attract the earliest pollinators and are essential components of woodland ecosystems because of the early source of nectar that they provide.
We recommend these plants for shaded or Woodland Shade (dappled sunlight) areas, however, these plants can tolerate partial sun if soil is not allowed to dry. Virginia Bluebells are common east of the Rocky Mountains in the US.
You will be purchasing a 3" plastic pot containing 1, well-rooted Virginia Bluebell plant with 1+ nodes of growth that was grown with love in Minnesota from seed. We will try and provide plants with multiple nodes, but it may vary depending on availability. Pictures on this listing are not perfectly representative to what you will be receiving, however, we will do our best to get you the healthiest plant possible.
|Sun Requirements:||Partial Sun to Shade (4 hours or less)|
|Water Requirements:||Medium-Wet to Moist Soil|
|Bloom Time:||April - June|
|Plant Spacing:||1 Foot|
|Plant Estimated Height at Maturity:||2 Feet|
|USDA Planting Zones:||4-7