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Bellflower (Creeping)

Campanula rapunculoides
Bellflower (Creeping)

Habitat

They are found in fields and on roadsides.

Description

They have many nodding blue bells that line one side of a long stem. The leaves along lower stem are oval with toothed edges and pointed ends. They bloom June through September.

Taxonomic Features (Traits) for Identification

Flower Type: Flower Regular with 5+ petals

Flower Color: White

Leaf Arrangement: Alternate

Plant Type: Wildflower

Leaf Type: egg-shaped and toothed

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