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Bluebell Wood Idyll (Video)

Immerse yourself in waves of sweet-smelling blue blossoms as you explore the Garden’s beloved Bluebell Wood in this mesmerizing video by cinematographer Nic Petry of Dancing Camera. Enjoy it at full screen!

This enchanting woodland display flourishes in early May, when tens of thousands of Spanish bluebells (Hyacinthoides hispanica ‘Excelsior’) burst into flower under a mature stand of oak, birch, and beech trees just south of Cherry Esplanade.

    Discussion

  • June May 17, 2021

    Can you imagine Paradise? What a beautiful hint! Thank you for sharing some of the beauty of BBG!

  • Francine May 16, 2021

    What a breathtaking display! And one of the great annual BBG events I have missed since moving out west. Thank you so very much for keeping me on your e-mail list!

  • Marilyn May 16, 2021

    Thank you many times for this beauty. I won’t be seeing them this year, but my hope is to see them again, as I have in the past, when I walked the paths among them in perfect peace and awe.

  • Maxine May 15, 2021

    For one who cannot visit BBG any longer, thank you for this opportunity to visit virtually. I love BBG.

  • Raquel Tatem May 15, 2021

    I love each flower… Each color, they give me peace, and calm. Thanks for your pictures and videos.

  • sacha May 15, 2021

    magnificent and beautiful. flooded with memory.

  • Karissa May 14, 2021

    Native Brooklynite now living in Washington, DC. Looking forward to being able to visit my beloved BBG again!

  • TRINA May 14, 2021

    The bluebells are beautiful, very bright appearance. That bee siting in the flowers, I guess like I said they are so beautiful can’t help but to call a bee.

  • Sharon Lyons May 14, 2021

    Thank you the video was simply gorgeous. Is this blooming in the Brooklyn Garden? Amazing.

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