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Campanula grossekii

Campanula grossekii

Campanula grossekii

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The Campanula grossekii belongs to Campanulaceae (the Bellflower family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed in Eastern Europe, mainly from Romania to Bulgaria. It grows 60-90 cm tall and is sparsely covered with fine hairs. The leaves are heart-shaped with coarsely serrated edges. From July to September, bell-shaped, light purple to purple flowers appear in panicles at the top of the stem. The corolla and sepals also have fine white hairs. 
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Shu Suehiro
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