A Bluebells quilt square
Bluebells in blue and green laid out according to the template above, make a lovely nine-patch variation.
Bluebells growing along Catoctin Creek in western Loudoun
Wild bluebells bloom abundantly on roadsides, woodlands, along creeks and in gardens in Loudoun County, usually beginning in April and lasting into May. Or take a walk along the river in one of Loudoun’s many parks, like Balls Bluff, Red Rock Overlook or Elizabeth Mills Park – you’re sure to spy them. Their typically vivid blue elongated blossoms combined with bright green leaves make a spectacular natural design combination.