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Peach-leaved Bellflower

Campanula persicifolia


Campanula persicifolia is a clump-forming perennial herbaceous plant growing to a height of 30 to 100 centimetres (12 to 39 in). The stem is usually unbranched, erect and slightly angular. The basal leaves are short stalked and narrowly spatulate and usually wither before flowering time. The upper leaves are unstalked, lanceolate, almost linear with rounded teeth on the margins. The inflorescence is a few-flowered terminal raceme or there may be a single flower. The calyx is fused with five narrow lobes, eventually spreading. The corolla is five-lobed, 30 to 50 mm (1.2 to 2.0 in) long with five violet-blue (or occasionally white) fused petals. The corolla lobes are less long than they are wide. There are five stamens and a pistil formed from three fused carpels. The fruit is a strongly-veined conical capsule. The flowering period is from June to August


Found this beauty in a lowland meadow, part of a protected area, a botanical reservation. There were some tree lines nearby.


Found a few more nearby, some of them with several flowers on the stem.

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Alex C.
Alex C. 3 years ago

Yeah, they were everywhere. Thanks, Daniele!

DanielePralong 3 years ago

Lovely! Photobombed by some insect :D

Alex C.
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Spotted on May 26, 2018
Submitted on May 27, 2018

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