Vera Bluebell limited is neither the first nor the only party interested in bluebell ecology and chemistry. There are different stakeholders that have researched and highlighted issues in relation to native bluebells and below is a list of relevant links and documents that provide further information


When the license was first issued, it was considered risky after all wild bluebell bulbs have been removed from another North Wales hillside at Llanaelhaearn on the Llyn Peninsula without a licence. The offenders were later prosecuted at Pwllheli Magistrate Court.

. It was important to licence the trace in wild plants and our licence, which requires regular renewal, is based on all labour being manual. This has also featured in the BBC Wales news and The Guardian.

With the combination of chemistry and ecology, bluebells keep being of interest and we were lucky to have contributed to different TV programs, most fun was Countryfile.

Dr Vera Thoss has established herself as a national authority on bluebell ecology and chemistry. She regularly appears in the media and is available to give talks to interested parties. Since 20014 Vera host a bluebell walk during the flowering period, around May Bank holiday at Plas Cadnant – the hidden garden

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