The Spanish Bluebell is also known as forest hyacinth and Spanish squill but to name a few. It is a spring-flowering bulbous perennial native to the Iberian Peninsula. They are mainly found in the vicinity of villages, towns and cities. They are frequent in churchyards, cemeteries, parks and gardens and also occur as either escapes or "throw-outs" alongside road-verges, wastelands, hedgerows and woodland borders. It appears to be infrequent in upland areas, especially in Scotland.