I love bluebells. The small, native bluebells that grow almost everywere in Norway in July, were the soil is lean and dry. Somebody had put roundup, that is plant poison, on the place in my neighborhood were I photographed bluebells last year. It is a public place, so maybe they saw these wildflowers as weed? Anyway I found a lot a bluebells around some abandoned farmhouses nearby, more than ever, since the gras was not removed as usual this time of year. Heaven for me and the bumble bees.
There were also quite a lot of buttercups and other wildflowers. A traditional wildflower meadow, since this soil has not been fertilized for years. I even found some abandoned bushes of redcurrant. The berries were still green, but they will be ripe. This is definitely a place to return too. There can be so much exciting things to explore in our neighborhoods. More photos of Norwegian wildflowers, and of Norwegian farm houses.