a plant, Campanula medium, cultivated for its showy, bell-shaped violet-blue, pink, or white flowers in loose clusters.
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How to use Canterbury bells in a sentence
And the girls decorated the tables with flowers—blue larkspur and white Canterbury bells.The Wouldbegoods | E. Nesbit
The Canterbury bells should be six inches across in the fall, and the next year about two feet high.A Woman's Hardy Garden | Helena Rutherfurd Ely
The gladiolas, Canterbury bells, gillie flowers and fox gloves grow as prim as in a conservative English garden.Vignettes Of San Francisco | Almira Bailey
The meadows on the hillside are full of yarrow and Canterbury bells; everythings in bloom.The Adventures of Maya the Bee | Waldemar Bonsels
Mr. Hawkins: We have three plants, hollyhocks, digitalis and Canterbury bells, and nearly all have the same trouble with them.