My field guide gives the common name as “Common Harebell,” but in my opinion there’s nothing common about them (okay, other than that they’re common (as in frequently seen, particularly this summer)).

Pretty, pretty, pretty:

And this year, more than I’ve ever noticed before, growing in dense clumps…

…with more to come.

Campanula rotundifolia

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2 Responses to Harebells

  1. I have always thought that these make perfect dresses for dainty flower fairies. 😊

    • Andrea Jones says:

      I like your image, Tanja; the stems are like wire, and the blossoms appear to float. So many of the plants up here are tough and have something of a pragmatic look about them. Not the harebells: they are pure fancy.

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