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The apparently rather open flowers might point to this being a hybrid?
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Hi Ian. To the best of my knowledge it is not a hybrid - certainly not of the Spanish variety which I know very well, but then, you may know something I don't. Are there other forms/species/types it might hybridise with?
I'm no expert on these, but the flowers show a perianth which is certainly not tubular; in fact, they look distinctly bell-shaped. Also, none of the flowers have a reflexed margin at the apex. I think they may be Hyacinthoides x massartiana.
as already mentioned.My gut reaction is that it does not look right for the species.
Flowers are not reticulated enough & plant is very robust with wide leaves. Plus not sure all the flowers are on one side of the stem as they should be for native bluebell.
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