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Campanula poscharskyana Siberian Bellflower


Spring to Autumn

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This plant is almost a weed as it grows almost anywhere. It is a fairly tall and slender specie of bellflower, with 2.5-4 cm short leaves and lavender-blue flowers. It grows shoots along the ground, about 20-25 cm long, which then turn upward, placing the flowers about 10 cm above ground. It was first described by Franz Elder von Portenschlag-Ledermayer (1772-1822). Never-the-less it provides great spring and summer interest with a mass of lavender blue flowers.

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