Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica)

(aka Virginia Cowslip)
The blue and purple trumpet-shaped blooms of the Virginia Bluebells are hard to miss. This perennial wildflower buds in spring and blooms through early summer, providing your garden with a colorful boost for weeks.

The trumpet blooms come up without much effort, and that is music to the gardener’s ears. Butterflies flock to these sweet blooms, making the Virginia Bluebells a wonderful addition to your garden.

Attracts: and more

Color(s): Blue and purple flowers

Sun Exposure: Sun - partial shade

Soil: Tolerates most soil

Average Height: 8 in. - 30 in.

Average Spread: 12 in.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 3 - 7

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Photo Credits:
Diane P. Brooks

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