A word or two about the common names.
The Gaelic common name (one of them) is Fuath-mhuc, which means hated by pigs. Apparently, the plants contain a glycoside which is toxic to livestock, including pigs. Old common names often pass-on the wisdom of generations.
In Scotland Hyacinthoides non-scripta is called Wild Hyacinth. Bluebell is used in Scotland for Campanula rotundifolia.
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