I wouldn't take stuff which is planted in gardens etc.
I walked down the river bank and got a load of bluebells (actually illegal but they were hidden behind a wood) and re planted them and put them on my
yes it has been really hot here too and the weather makes it unbearable to do anything...so was really happy when it started raining.
hope the weather improves in your neck of the woods so you can get out of the house
Bluebells are flowering plants, with blue, bell shaped flowers.
They are protected in many areas in the UK, because their beauty has made them very popular with persons who like fresh flowers in their homes over
the last couple of centuries, which has meant that some stocks of wild bluebells are dwindling.
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