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Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

Campanula chamissonis

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The Hairyflower bellflower (Campanula chamissonis) belongs to Campanulaceae (the Bellflower family). It is a perennial herb that is native from Chubu district of Hanshu north to Hakkaido in Japan and the North Pacific region. This herb grows in alpine screes, also on rocky substrates, and it can reach 5-13 cm in height. The basal leaves are spatulate with wavy obtuse serrated edges. The flowering stalkes are borne and bloom bluish purple flowers from late July to August. The corola is divided into five partite lobes to one third, and the lobes are covered with long hairs. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp