Harebell (campanula family) 200 seeds - free post - Tortoise« back
Harebell is part of the campanula family and is perfectly safe to feed. Seeds are very fine.
Campanula rotundifolia, Harebell, is a delicate beauty with small blue-violet bell-shaped flowers that nod from the tips of slender stems, blooming in spurts from summer to fall. Rosettes of rounded basal leaves wither early after sending up clusters of wiry stems with long narrow foliage. The slender flowering stems can rise up to 12 inches, often becoming so weak that the entire plant bends over.
Campanula rotundifolia does well in rocky soils and crevices, often self-seeding in retaining walls. Some theorize that its common name alludes to an ancient association with witches, suspected of transforming into hares, portending bad luck when crossing one’s path. Harebell may also be referred to as Bluebell Bellflower.
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