Campanulaceae
Campanula rotundifolia

Scotch Bluebell

Upright, branched stems with few round leaves at base. Plant hairless. Stems thin, single or in clusters. Basal leaves withering before flowering; stem leaves sessile, to 3 in. long, narrow, entire or saw-toothed. Flowers bell-shaped, with tips only slightly flared, blue or white, hanging on thin stalks from tops of stems. Grows on moist slopes and in meadows. Circumboreal.

  • Rarity: Common
  • Flowering Time: All Summer
  • Life Cycle: Perennial
  • Height: 4--20 inches
  • Habitat: Meadow, West-Side Forest
  • Found In: Olympic NP, Mt. Rainier NP, Wallowas, West Gorge, Siskiyous, N Cascades NP
  • Native: Yes