- New Latin Campanula, genus name, diminutive of Late Latin campāna, bell; see campanile. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The groundcover around the azalea is a campanula that's gotten out of control.”
“This little campanula — ‘Blue-Eyed Blonde’ actually looks pretty good buried here in dead oak leaves.”
“An oakleaf hydrangea is offset by golden Hakonechloa 'Aureola' grass and campanula. .the only things that don't suck in my garden right now.”
“I am inclined to agree a campanula and could well be persicifolia looking at google.”
“Looks like you have tons of help and the consensus seems to be a campanula.”
“I have spent too much time going through every campanula on flickr, no luck.”
“I had to search for the campanula photo, but was happy to see those blue bells that remind us of what is to come.”
“It works especially well for flowers with thin, delicate petals, such as lobelia, heather, campanula, and many herbs.”
“Hi Joy, the jury is still out, but another campanula comment adds to that ID.”
“But has some one identified it in the campanula family now then ?”
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