This is from Isobell in England (No blog unfortunately). Isobell does the most gorgeous hand embroidery and her Postcards are always a joy to receive. This swap is a very knowledeable swap this is what Isobell enclosed.
The English Bluebell - Hyacinthoides non-scripta)
The English bluebell flowers in April or May (Northern hemisphere)
It is a tuberous perennial found mostly in woodland areas.
The stems are up to 30cm long and bend over at the top.
The blue flowers are bell-shaped and slightly fragrant.
The anthers are yellowish-white.
The tranditional name of "non-script" was intended to distinguish this plant from the classical hyacinth.
In Great Britain it is now a "Protected Plant"
I remember Bluebells from when I lived in England, many many moons ago.
For a virtual look at what I left behind have a look here http://www.cotonmanor.co.uk/bluebells.php
But strangely I Love A Sunburnt County.