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Campanula divaricata

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Common Name:  Southern Harebell

Light shade; moderately dry to dry moisture level; rocky, poor soil.  1-2 feet height, blooms late summer to fall, light blue flowers.

Germination Code: ?

Native Region:  East Tennessee, particularly in Great Smoky Mountains

Delicate plant.  Somewhat weak-stemmed with many attractive, dangling, small, bell-shaped blue flowers.

Southern Harebell - Campanula divaricata 5
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Southern Harebell - Campanula divaricata
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