English bluebells are very different from our bluebells; the only similarity is that both are a blue and nodding bell-shaped flowers. These are a hyacinth-like flower (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) that flower later than our native bluebells, and are among our later bulbs. Mrs. Phactor first saw a huge display of these covering an area of a few acres under some huge oak trees at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden on our first botanical geek tour. Since then she has been waging war on the lily-of-the-valley under a burr oak and replacing them with English bluebells. This is a minerature re-creation of the display at the BBG. These might have been the FFF except that a new magnolia flowered. Stage three of this project will be planted this fall.