first bluebells (2 images)

Sometimes a daring bluebell will pop up somewhere on the flat part of our property, but it usually doesn’t last more than a day before being nipped off by a hungry deer. However, the flowers have managed to colonize a steep rock face down by the water, where the deer can’t get at them, and I look forward to their bloom every spring.



21 thoughts on “first bluebells (2 images)

    1. bythebriny Post author

      Thanks! We could have built a fence around our property but decided to live with the deer and grow things they don’t eat. Fortunately they ignore a lot of native plants.


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