PLANT PROFILE

Campanula rotundifolia
bluebell; harebell


Campanula rotundifolia
Campanula rotundifolia
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Britton & Brown
Botanical name: Campanula rotundifolia L.
Common name: bluebell; harebell
Synonomy: Campanula alaskana (A. Gray) W. Wight ex J.P. Anderson
Campanula dubia A. DC. Campanula gieseckiana Vest ex Schult. Campanula gieseckiana Vest ex Schult. ssp. groenlandica (Berlin) Bcher
Campanula gieseckiana Vest ex Schult. var. arctica (Lange) Bcher
Campanula groenlandica Berlin
Campanula heterodoxa Bong.
Campanula intercedens Witasek
Campanula petiolata A. DC.
Campanula rotundifolia L. ssp. groenlandica (Berlin) A. Lve & D. Lve
Campanula rotundifolia L. ssp. intercedens (Witasek) A. Lve & D. Lve
Campanula rotundifolia L. var. alaskana A. Gray
Campanula rotundifolia L. var. alpina Tuck.
Campanula rotundifolia L. var. arctica Lange
Campanula rotundifolia L. var. intercedens (Witasek) Farw.
Campanula rotundifolia L. var. lancifolia Mert. & W.D.J. Koch
Campanula rotundifolia L. var. petiolata (A. DC.) J.K. Henry
Campanula rotundifolia L. var. velutina A. DC.
Campanula sacajaweana M. Peck
Group: dicot
Family: Campanulaceae
Growth type: forb/herb
Duration: perennial
Origin: native
Plant height: 6 - 18"
Foliage: dark green, rounded, becoming more linear the higher on the stem
Flower: blue, 3/4" long
Flowering time: June - September
Habitat: meadows, rocky slopes
Range in New Jersey: northern counties, or in southern counties as a garden escape
Heritage ranking, if any: n/a
Distribution: Campanula rotundifolia