From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
bluebellblue‧bell /ˈbluːbel/ noun [countable] HBPa small plant with blue flowers that grows in woods
Examples from the Corpus
bluebellCarpeted with daffodils and bluebells in Spring, followed by magnificent rhododendrons and azaleas.There had been bluebells here in the spring.Its walls were ornately corniced in gold and papered in watered silk, a delicate bluebell colour.Daffodils, hyacinths, bluebells and many species of lily also contain toxins.Late bluebells grew in profusion on the tumbled remains of the great mound.In a scalloped sun-trap glade carpeted with misty bluebells a black cap sang.In spring and early summer, some of the little islands here are a stunning mass of bluebells.There are many woodland flowers, such as wood sorrel, bluebell, fox glove and wood anemone.