The Parry's bellflower (Campanula parryi) belongs to Campanulaceae (the Bellflower family). It is a perennial herb that is native to the Four Corners states, plus south Wyoming, north Idaho and Washington. This herb grows in moist hillsides, canyons and meadows, and up to a height of 10-20 cm. The leaves are linear, up to 7.5 cm long and stalked towards the base. The upper cauline leaves are stalkless. The purple flowers bloom from June to August. They grow singly and point upwards or nod slightly sideways.