Set B2 - Wild Flowers
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(Endymion nonscriptus (L.) Garcke)
wood filled with bluebells is one of the beauties of the countryside
which we are all anxious to preserve. Expert botanists now consider
that picking a few flowers from the edges of a clump will not
do much harm as long as care is taken to avoid damaging the leaves.
If the leaves are trampled upon while in full growth the plants
will die for certain. In the west country the bluebell grows on
cliff tops as well as in woods.