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Campanula rotundifolia - Harebell

Sun Exposure: Sun - Part Sun

Soil Moisture: Medium-Dry, Dry

Soil Type: Sand, Loam,  Gravely, does well in nutrient poor soil

Height: 1 - 1.5 feet

Spread: 1 foot

Blooms: June, July, August, September

Root: Fibrous

Habitat: Upland Prairies, Savannas, Cliff Crevices, Rocky Roadsides

Landscape uses: Pollinator gardens, Drought Tolerant, Border plantings, Along walkways, Rock Garden

Complimentary Plants: Foxglove Beardtongue, Golden Alexander, Pale Purple Coneflower

Wildlife Value: Small bees visit the flower to feed on nectar, medium size bees access the pollen. The pollen-covered style is convenient for female leafcutter bees who have hairs on the bottom of their abdomen. 

Seed Origin: Coldwater, Ontario (Wildflower Farm seed supplier)

Germination Code:  C(30), D


Photo credits: #1/2 by Sundaura Alford-Purvis

Campanula rotundifolia - Harebell

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  • Harebell is an airy plant with small little flower but is stunning when planted in masses. This plant flowers in late spring, but reflowers for several months throughout summer. Harebell can be used on gardens borders or as a filler plant throughout a garden—filling in gaps between the taller flowers and grasses. If planting in a garden do not plant it beside a plant species that will overtake this delicate plant. It grows well on poor, dry soils, and would do well in a rock wall, rock garden or beside walkways.

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