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Bluebells carpet the woodland floor for a few weeks in May, filling the air with their scent. Sometimes you see the occasional white one interspersed with the blue. As the canopy begins to grow over, they fade until next year. It is estimated that 25-50% of the world's population of common bluebells are found in the British Isles. Bluebells are a protected species and it is illegal to dig them up. One of my absolute favourites.