Campanula rotundifolia, Campanula groenlandica, SE: Liten blåklocka,
DE: Rundblättrige Glockenblume, NL: Grasklokje, UK: Harebell, Bluebell

Scientific name:  Campanula rotundifolia L.
Synonym name:  Campanula groenlandica Berlin (ssp. groenlandica)
Swedish name:  Liten blåklocka, blåklocka
German name:   Rundblättrige Glockenblume
Nederlandse naam:  Grasklokje
English name  Harebell,Bluebell
Plant Family:  Campanulaceae, Klockväxter, Bellflower family

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Life form:  Rhizomatous perennial
Stems:  Height 10–60 cm, many-stemmed; along the slender central stem are alternate leaves, and terminates in either a solitary flower, or a short raceme of 2-3 flowers
Leaves:  Rootleaves are round, linear leaves on the flowering stems
Flowers:  Corolla, 5 short lobes that curve outward; interior of flower white or pale violet near the base, while a long violet style projects slightly beyond the outer rim of the corolla; style terminates into a tripartite white stigma.
Flowering Period:  July-September
Fruits:  Capsule, round, slightly longer than broad, glabrous, strongly veined, nodding
Habitat:  Woods, thickets, moorland, coast, pastureland, meadow, farmland and settlements

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Derivation of the botanical name:
Campanula is diminutive of Late Latin campāna, bell (New Latin: a little bell),
rotundifolia, rotund, "round, spherical," i, connective vowel used by botanical Latin,and foli, "leaf".
groenlandica, from Greenland.
  • The standard author abbreviation L. is used to indicate Carl Linnaeus (1707 – 1778), a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist, the father of modern taxonomy.

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