I took them home and planted them in a little pot until we got in our house. Thinking that we would be able to just plant them in the backyard somewhere. A couple of weeks later they were all dead, or at least I thought they were (it really just goes to show how little I really knew about flowers from bulbs).
So again with the wanting to know everything about my plants I did some research and i’m sharing it with you:
Water your bluebells sparingly. Allow the top inch or so of the soil to dry out before watering bluebells when they are in bloom. Once blooms die by the end of summer, these flowers do not require any supplemental water.
Spread a 2- to 3-inch layer of mulch around the base of your bluebells. As woodland plants they like cool roots.
Fertilize your bluebells in early spring if the soil has low fertility or if you are growing them outside of their recommended growing zone. Use a balanced fertilizer at a rate of 1 pound of fertilizer per 100 square feet.