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Types of Campanula

Campanula ​Alpina​
Campanula ​Alpina​

Campanula alpina is a species of perennial bellflower found in the Eastern Alps, Carpathian Mountains and the Balkans. It comprises two subspecies: subsp. alpina found in the Eastern Alps and Carpathians, and subsp. orbelica found in the Balkans.

Campanula ​Angustiflora​
Campanula ​Angustiflora​

Campanula angustiflora is a species of bellflower known by the common name Eastwood's bellflower.It is endemic to California, where it grows in the serpentine soils of the hills and mountains surrounding the San Francisco Bay Area.It is a flower of the chaparral plant community. This is a hairy annual herb producing a thin, branching stem up to 20 centimeters tall.

Campanula ​Balfourii​
Campanula ​Balfourii​

Campanula balfourii Campanula balfourii growing herbaceous subshrub of the genus Campanula also known as Tussock bellflower, Campanula balfourii perennial evergreen or annual plant, used as ornamental ground cover plant, can grow in tropic, mediterranean or subtropical climate.

Campanula ​Barbata​
Campanula ​Barbata​

Campanula is a group of over 300 annual, biennial and perennial plants that span several sizes and colors. The primary characteristic is the upturned, open cup-shaped flowers in hues of pink and white but primarily lavender or light blue.

Campanula ​Californica​
Campanula ​Californica​

Campanula californica, a dicot, is a perennial herb (rhizomatous) that is native to California and is endemic (limited) to California.

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Campanula ​Cervicaria​
Campanula ​Cervicaria​

Campanula cervicaria ("bristly bellflower") is a species of bellflower in the family Campanulaceae. The plant is roughly hairy and the flowers are about 1 –2 ...

Campanula ​Cochleariifolia​
Campanula ​Cochleariifolia​

One of the most charming of the popular perennial Bellflowers. The Fairy Thimble forms a low mat of tiny green leaves, bearing loads of tiny little dangling lavender-blue bells in early summer.

Campanula ​Exigua​
Campanula ​Exigua​

Campanula exigua, a dicot, is an annual herb that is native to California and is endemic (limited) to California.

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Campanula ​Gelida​
Campanula ​Gelida​

The species Campanula rapunculus, commonly known as rampion bellflower, rampion, or rover bellflower, is a biennial vegetable which was once widely grown in Europe for its spinach-like leaves and radish-like roots.

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Campanula ​Griffinii​
Campanula ​Griffinii​

Campanula griffinii is a species of bellflower known by the common name Griffin's bellflower.It is endemic to California, where it grows in the North and Central Coast Ranges in chaparral habitat on serpentine soils.

Campanula ​Latifolia​
Campanula ​Latifolia​

Campanula (/ k æ m ˈ p æ n j ʊ l ə /) is one of several genera in the family Campanulaceae with the common name bellflower. It takes both its common and its scientific name from its bell-shaped flowers—campanula is Latin for "little bell".

Campanula ​Matritensis​
Campanula ​Matritensis​

With their happy nodding heads, Campanula bellflower plants are cheery perennial flowers. Get tips and conditions for growing bellflowers in the garden with the information in this article.

Campanula ​Patula​
Campanula ​Patula​

Campanula rotundifolia: basal leaf blades broad-ovate to cordate-orbicular, and capsules nodding, dehiscing by basal pores (vs. C. patula, with basal leaf blades obovate and capsules erect, dehiscing by lateral or subapical pores).

Campanula ​Peregrina​
Campanula ​Peregrina​

Campanula peregrina Campanula peregrina growing herbaceous subshrub of the genus Campanula also known as Bellflower, Campanula peregrina perennial evergreen plant, used as ornamental ground cover plant, can grow in mediterranean, temperate or subtropical climate.

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Campanula ​Rapunculus​
Campanula ​Rapunculus​

Campanula rapunculus l. Campanula rapunculus, common name rampion bellflower, rampion, or rover bellflower, is a species of bellflower (Campanula) in the family Campanulaceae.

Campanula ​Scabrella​
Campanula ​Scabrella​

Campanula scabrella is a species of bellflower known by the common name rough bellflower.It is native to the mountains of the western United States, where it grows in talus and other rocky alpine habitat.

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Campanula ​Scheuchzeri​
Campanula ​Scheuchzeri​

Campanula scheuchzeri is a species of bellflower in the family Campanulaceae. The Latin name of the species honors the Swiss botanist Johann Jakob Scheuchzer ...

Campanula ​Scouleri​
Campanula ​Scouleri​

Campanula scouleri Campanula scouleri growing herbaceous of the genus Campanula also known as Bellflower, Campanula scouleri perennial evergreen or annual plant, used as ornamental plant, can grow in temperate, mediterranean or subtropical climate.

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Campanula ​Sharsmithiae​
Campanula ​Sharsmithiae​

Campanula sharsmithiae is a rare species of bellflower known by the common names Mt. Hamilton bellflower and Sharsmith's harebell. It is endemic to California, ...

Campanula ​Shetleri​
Campanula ​Shetleri​

Campanula shetleri is a rare species of bellflower known by the common name Castle Crags bellflower.The plant is named for Castle Crags, a mountain formation in its limited native range, within the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.

Campanula ​Takesimana​
Campanula ​Takesimana​

Bellflowers are among the most popular of perennials. This species is of medium height, and perfect for the sun or part-shade border. Plants form a spreading mound of light green leaves, bearing upright stems of large...

Campanula ​Wilkinsiana​
Campanula ​Wilkinsiana​

Campanula wilkinsiana is a rare species of bellflower known by the common name Wilkins' bellflower.It is endemic to California, where it is known fewer than twenty scattered occurrences in the Klamath Mountains and Cascade Range, and possibly the northern peaks of the High Sierra.It grows in temperate coniferous forest and mountain meadows. This is a perennial herb growing from a slender ...

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Canterbury ​Bells​
Canterbury ​Bells​

Canterbury bells plant (Campanula medium) is a popular biennial (perennial in some areas) garden plant reaching about two feet or slightly more. Campanula Canterbury bells can be easily grown and cared for much like their bellflower counterparts.

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Chimney ​Bellflower​
Chimney ​Bellflower​

Definition of CHIMNEY BELLFLOWER in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of CHIMNEY BELLFLOWER. What does CHIMNEY BELLFLOWER mean? Information and translations of CHIMNEY BELLFLOWER in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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Clustered ​Bellflower​
Clustered ​Bellflower​

Campanula glomerata (Clustered Bellflower) Clustered Bellflower, Bellflower, Danesblood (Campanula Glomerata) Vigorous, charming and eye-catching, Campanula glomerata (Clustered Bellflower) is a useful perennial that brings early color and contrast to the garden.

source: gardenia.net
Creeping ​Bellflower​
Creeping ​Bellflower​

Creeping bellflower is a perennial that thrives in moist soil but tolerates nearly any soil and either sun or shade. The plant is easily identified by its heart-shaped leaves and stalks of drooping, bell-shaped blooms of lavender-blue.

Harebell​
Harebell​

Harebell (Campanula rotundifolia L.) By Patricia J. Ruta McGhan Harebell, often called “bluebell”, is a flower found around the world in the Northern Hemisphere but most often, associated with Scotland.

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Nettle-Leaved ​Bellflower​
Nettle-Leaved ​Bellflower​

Find help & information on Campanula trachelium nettle-leaved bellflower from the RHS

source: rhs.org.uk
Peach-Leaved ​Bellflower​
Peach-Leaved ​Bellflower​

Combining grace and elegance, Campanula persicifolia (Peach-Leaved Bellflower) is a clump-forming perennial that sends up tall, sturdy stems which bear large, outward-facing, cup-shaped, single or double flowers in shades of violet-blue to white.

source: gardenia.net
Spotted ​Bellflower​
Spotted ​Bellflower​

Get tips and conditions for growing bellflowers in the garden with the information in this article. With their happy nodding heads, Campanula bellflower plants are cheery perennial flowers. Get tips and conditions for growing bellflowers in the garden with the information in this article.

Tussock ​Bellflower​
Tussock ​Bellflower​

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