Latin Name:

Hyacinthoides non-scripta

Manx Name:



April - May

Locations where this species is found:
Port St Mary, Port Soderick, Langness, Eary Cushlin, Glen Maye, Ballaugh Curraghs, Silverburn River, Ballaglass Glen, Maughold, Glen Auldyn, Glen Mooar, Groudle Glen, Clypse and Kerrowdhoo, Silverdale Glen, Dhoon Glen, Bradda Head, Colby Glen, Fleshwick, Ballannette, Conrhenny Plantation, Calf of Man

Bluebells grow in glens and shady places and can carpet the ground in many places during April and May, especially woodland areas. Ballaglass glen is one of the best places to see this flower.

The Manx name for bluebells is "Gleih-muc".
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