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Canterberry bells

Phacelia campanularia

Description:

This annual herb has an erect stem reaching 0.7 metres (2.3 ft) in maximum height. It is covered in glandular hairs. The leaf blades are somewhat rounded with toothed edges. The inflorescence is a loose cyme of flowers. The flower has a bright blue corolla up to 4 centimeters long which can be bell-shaped, funnel-shaped, or round and flattened. It can have white spots in the throat. The protruding stamens and style can be 4.5 centimeters long. The fruit is a capsule up to 1.5 centimeters long.

Habitat:

Bajada, Sonoran Desert, Colorado Subdivision, CA

Notes:

Cottonwood Canyon, Joshua Tree National Park, CA

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Robb Hannawacker
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Robb Hannawacker

Indio, California, USA

Spotted on Mar 6, 2013
Submitted on Jun 4, 2013

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