Hyacinthoides non-scripta is deciduous, and spring flowering. They also call it Agraphis nutans, Endymion nonscriptus, Endymion nutans, Scilla non-scripta, Scilla nutans, Bluebell, or Wild Hyacinth. It is part of the Asparagaceae family of plants. It is a bulbous perennial.
It has erect or arching racemes of fragrant blue flowers. Though sometimes there are also white varieties. Bluebells or Hyacinthoides non-scripta are native to Europe. Bluebell grows in partial shade, you can see them in meadows and under large trees creating a blue carpet of flowers.
How to grow Hyacinthoides non-scripta:
Grow it in partial shade. Plant Hyacinthoides non-scripta in moderately fertile, humus-rich, and well-drained soil. Plant them about 8cm or 3in deep in autumn. Propagate by seed or by offsets. Hyacinthoides non-scripta is generally pest-free and disease-free.
Hyacinthoides non-scripta is not edible and it could also cause irritation to the skin when touched. If you plant Bluebells in the grass do not cut the grass and leaves collect all the nutrients for the next flowering season.
Other common names for Hyacinthoides non-scripta include: