"They're an uncommon breed of wild bluebells. They only grow in the oldest forests, where the trees are at least four-hundred years old."
Gethsemane Prickle[src]

There were a rare breed of wild bluebells found only in ancient forests, where trees have reached an age of at least four-hundred years.[1]

Flowers of this species grew on a forest inhabited by fairies, by a group of standing stones. Bethany Harrison, a young Muggle girl picked a bunch of these flowers for her father and left them in her toybox. When she disappeared amid suspects of magical creatures attacking Muggles in the area, Ministry investigators Mathilda Grimblehawk and her partner found these flowers and used them to retrace the girl's steps.[1]


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Fantastic Beasts: Cases from the Wizarding World - Case 3: Out of the Woods, Act 3