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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
on 16 July 2014
First - notice that most reviewers admit that their seeds haven't actually germinated yet, which isn't surprising when Amazon prompts for a review so soon after ordering.
Second - wonder why "English bluebells" would be supplied from Singapore. Given that most growers in the UK would go out of their way to cultivate true English bluebells and avoid the Spanish Bluebell, how likely is it that a supplier in another country would be aware of this distinction or be able to ensure the provenance of the seed.
Third - bluebells are almost always grown from bulbs, not seed. Google "bluebell bulbs" and you will find many UK based suppliers of true English bluebell bulbs. They may cost slightly more that these seeds, but you won't have problems with a poor germination rate (plant 100 bulbs and you'll probably get 99 plants), you will have flowers much sooner, and they will actually be the plant you wanted rather than something vaguely similar.