Native Bulbs

The fact that most of the British Isles were covered by ice in geologically recent times and then cut off from Europe by sea as the ice receded has meant that British flora is relatively species poor. There are correspondingly few true native British species of bulbs, tubers or rhizomes or other underground storage roots which we took to be bulb equivalents. We have tried to cover the full range of at least the most garden worthy of these and of which the Bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) is the most prominent and which has made the British Isles its central home.

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