In the occasionally sandy spots campanula, the usual Compositæ, Panica three.
In Fuchsia and campanula a like change may occasionally be observed.
A campanula had just opened its blue eye at the foot of one of the trees, and pale-blue forget-me-nots grew along the path.
“campanula chalice”: the bell of a flower, as of a Canterbury-bell.
In some kinds of campanula a similar change is not uncommon.
The Canterbury bell (campanula medium) was doubled by careful selection in four generations.
Little Harebell, campanula rotundifolia (order campanulace).
It is often called Mountain Bluebell, but that name belongs to campanula and is therefore misleading.
The same condition occurs frequently in some species of Datura and campanula.
The common harebell (campanula rotundifolia) has an upright stem twenty to sixty centimetres in height.