|With April just around the corner the bluebell season is arriving. With flowers blooming across the UK, what a wonderful time it is to visit our woods to see these in their natural habitat.
Our sister site, VisitWoods, is home to the world’s largest bluebell woods database and with over 1100 to choose from there are plenty of places for you to find these pretty blue flowers. They’ve also come up with the Top 5 alternative places to spot a bluebell featuring a rooftop and a cliff top. The site is home to bluebell facts and great activities to try in bluebell season whether its bluebell walks, events, baking and making or simply learning how to spot the different between native and Spanish bluebells.
To find woods, you can search the site of more than 10,000 accessible woods using a postcode or town name and identify woods known for their bluebell cover in spring. Bluebells thrive in ancient woodland where the rich habitat supports a whole host of species. To find out more go to www.visitwoods.org.uk/bluebells. VisitWoods showcases woods owned by the Forestry Commission, National Trust, Woodland Trust, Wildlife Trusts and RSPB.