Also known as - Common Harebell, Harebell, Scotch Bluebell.
Native to Alberta. Perennial.
By Gustave J. Yaki
Native; circumpolar. Common. Stems, delicate, 2-4dm high. Leaves, basal, rounded, long-stalked, short-lived, rarely present at flowering time; stem leaves, alternate, very narrow, smooth, unstalked. Flowers, hanging in loose branching cluster, nodding, bell-shaped, pale blue, rarely white, 15-25mm long; June-Oct. Habitat: dry meadows, hillsides, open woods. nWeas.N50.59.737/W114.08.692; sWeas.N50.59.174/W114.09.715.
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