An interesting difference in the bluebell crops grown for seed.  Both the above pictures were taken on the same day, but the bluebells on the left have been grown from a Scottish collection of seed and the ones on the right from English seed. The Scottish are programmed to flower later because of the later arrival of spring and insect activity for pollination, in the north. It's a survival mechanism, and since they haven't changed their habits over the years, must be inherent.

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